One of the best parts of Christmas is spending time with family, and the Jackson clan might have done just that.
Paris Jackson took to Instagram to share a sweet photo of herself with her brothers on Christmas, and Blanket Jackson even made a rare appearance.
Since Michael Jackson's death in 2009, Blanket has made very few public appearances and almost never shows up on social media. But the 15-year-old posed for a pic with his family (and family friend Omer Bhatti) for Christmas.
"Happy Christmas from ours to yours #brahdas," Paris, 19, captioned the adorable photo. We can't get over how grown up Blanket looks! He's already taller than both Paris and Prince, 20.
While the fun photo makes it seem like the Jackson siblings spent Christmas together, many are questioning whether this is actually true.
Prince was in Switzerland at Matterhorn Mountain in the days leading up to Christmas, while Paris appeared to spend the holiday by the beach. And Blanket did not appear in any of their snaps besides Paris' Christmas photo.
Even if they didn't spend Christmas all together, it's nice to know Paris was thinking of her brothers during the holiday.
Back in 2015, Blanket reportedly changed his name to Bigi after years of bullying. He currently resides in LA with his 87-year-old grandmother Katherine Jackson and attends a private school. The teenager is reportedly "shy around people he doesn't know," but has been growing more "confident" as of late.
While Blanket has yet to participate in interviews with the media, his older brother and sister have praised their special relationship.
"Me and my siblings get along really well — especially my sister," Prince said during an interview with Today.
"She's grown so much and she's been able to really step up. I don't really see myself as her older brother. We're equal partners when it comes down to it. B.G. is just so mature for his age. It's a pretty strong bond."
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