Late singer's daughter admits she's still struggling with the loss three years ago.
Michael Jackson's daughter has said coping with his death has not gotten any easier for her.
The 14-year-old child of the late singer - who died aged 50 at his home in Los Angeles - admitted that the loss is still difficult three years on.
She told Oprah Winfrey: ''It never gets any easier.''
In the interview on 'Oprah's Next Chapter', airing Sunday (10.06.12) on OWN, Paris will address Michael's June 2009 passing due to an overdose of the powerful anesthesia propofol.
His physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, was sentenced to four years in prison after he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for administering the drug.
Paris is pursuing an acting career, starring in the upcoming fantasy movie 'Lundon's Bridge' and the 'Three Keys'.
In a recent interview with Prevention, Paris' aunt, singer Janet Jackson, opened up about her niece's acting career.
She said: ''We've spoken about the fact that you're only a child once. I think there's a time for everything, and now is not the time [to act in films]. I told her I thought she should enjoy being a kid, possibly go to college--or not--but wait till she turns 18.''
Janet added: ''She's a very tough, smart girl. But it's a cut-throat industry. I wouldn't want my child to do it.''