Michael Jackson’s kid’s want to buy back the infamous Neverland ranch where their dad was accused of molesting children.
Prince, 13, and Paris, 12, aim to turn the late singer’s old $100 California home into a shrine for him.
His two eldest children spent their early years at Neverland before Jacko quit the 800 acre estate in 2005 vowing never to return. He later lost control of it to an investment company.
A Jackson source said that his other son, Blanket, 7, had fallen in love with the place during a summer visit.
Paris and Prince remembered the rooms from their childhood, so they agreed that they would both try and purchase the ranch once they were old enough.
They were also thinkng of turning it into a community park and a centre for rescued animals.
Thanks to Jackson’s will and his estate’s fund raising, the kids will be able to afford Neverland when they inherit millions of their Dad’s money when they are 21.