Paris Jackson and her mother Debbie Rowe have reportedly made up after falling out following Paris' alleged suicide attempt.
Paris Jackson has reconciled with her mother.
While the 15-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson was reported to have fought with Debbie Rowe after an alleged suicide attempt earlier this month, they have patched up their differences and Debbie has been visiting her daughter in the Los Angeles hospital where she is still being treated.
A source told E! News: ''They have made up for now.''
Meanwhile, the troubled teen's godfather, British actor Mark Lester - who has claimed he could be Paris and her elder brother Prince's biological father, as he donated sperm to the late 'Thriller' star - has said he wants Paris to come over to the UK and stay with him.
He thinks a break from Los Angeles could be just what she needs.
When asked by TV host Jeremy Kyle what he thought the late Michael would want from him, he replied: ''I think he'd be expecting me to give the olive branch, a place for her sanctuary, a place to come and stay. I have suggested very strongly that Paris comes and stays with us ... I make that suggestion as a godfather, as a friend.
When asked how he thought his family environment would be better for Paris, Mark - who has four children of his own - said: ''Certainly it would be a breath of fresh air, hang out with people who are not going to idolise her for being Paris Jackson but for being the kid that she is, she just needs friends.''
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