Paris has honoured her late father with a inking based on his ‘Dangerous’ album cover.
Paris Jackson, the 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson has added to her growing collection of ink, with another new tattoo honouring her late father. It’s the second tattoo Paris has got in tribute to her father, in the space of just two months.
The new inking, which is on Paris’ lower arm, is based on the cover of Michael’s 1991 album Dangerous. It features the King of Pop’s eyes surrounded by animals including a monkey and an elephant.
Sharing an image of her new tattoo on Instagram, the 18-year-old quoted her father and wrote: “‘The meaning of life is contained in every single expression of life. It is present in the infinity of forms and phenomena that exist in all of creation.’ Never forget your roots, and always be proud of where you came from.”
Just two months ago Paris honoured her father when she got her first tattoo on her 18th birthday. Paris had the words Queen of my heart” inscribed on her wrist, in her father’s handwriting. “To everyone else he was the King of Pop,” Paris wrote on Instagram at the time. “To me, well, he was the king of my heart.”
A week later Paris was getting inked again, paying tribute to her favourite band Mötley Crüe by having ‘Motley’ written inside her lip. She’s now thought to have around six tattoos, including one of a blue lotus flower and Katherine written in Mandarin Chinese to honour her grandmother.