By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Family affair: Paris, aunt LaToya, Prince and Blanket pay tribute to their father as they unveil some of his works of art in Los Angeles earlier today
They may have lost their famous father more than two years ago, but Michael Jackson's children are clearly determined to keep his memory alive.
Prince, 14, Paris, 13 and nine-year-old Blanket today unveiled artwork by the singer, donated to the Children's Hospital, Los Angeles.
They were joined by their aunt LaToya and grandmother Katherine to the ceremony which saw 13 pieces of artwork containing personal tributes from the singer's children.
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What a cutie: Nine-year-old Blanket looks like he'll be a heartbreaker when he's a young man
The pieces were all signed by the late King of Pop and included a photograph of him.
Sketches included one of Mickey Mouse, a throne and a drawing of Jackson icon Peter Pan.
There was also a drawing of his famous moonwalk.
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Unveiling: Prince and LaToya take off a covering which reveals a picture by Jackson
His children, whose faces were once so long hidden by their protective father, seemed relaxed in the public eye.
Fast growing teenagers Prince and Paris towered above LaToya and Jackson's mother Katherine who wore a bright orange jacket.
Prince looked grown up in a all black outfit and kept a pair of sunglasses on throughout the ceremony.
Paris wore a peach coloured top under a white waistcoat, while her aunt LaToya sported a boxy white jacket over slim fitting trousers.
The works were donated by Brett Livingstone-Strong, an artist and friend of Jackson's.
'I think if Michael was here today, he would be so thrilled,' he told the assembled guests.
Matriarch: The three growing children were joined by their grandmother Katherine Jackson
Tribute: Michael Jackson's artwork contained notes from his three children
Works of art: Paris and LaToya inspect one of the drawings of Mickey Mouse, depicted in blue ink
Poignant: The children wrote personal messages on the signed works, with Blanket signing off with 'I love you daddy'
'I believed his talent flowed over to become an incredible artist himself. He often dreamed of having an exhibit.'
The children had written some personal messages on the paintings, with Blanket penning a note which read: 'My father's art and music always make everyone happy.'
It ended with a poignant: 'I love you daddy.'
Fan: Prince wore sunglasses as he inspects a picture of Jackson icon Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up
Guardian: Prince sits next to his grandmother and guardian Katherine at the ceremony
Grand unveiling: Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa helps Paris reveal one of the artworks as Blanket looks on
Family: Aunty LaToya speaks at the ceremony honouring her brother
Personal: A note penned by Prince on a photograph of his late father
On display: The drawings included two of Jackson's famous moonwalk boots