While it may seem exciting to be the child of a celebrity, the reality isn't always as appealing. For Paris Jackson, being the daughter of Michael Jackson has always come with its unique peculiarities. She sat down with Oprah Winfrey to talk about her unconventional upbringing and how she's handling her father's death "Oprah's Next Chapter" (Sun., 9 p.m ET on OWN).
Paris talked about the infamous masks she and her brother had to wear while out with Michael, and reflected on her own memories of her father, who passed away three years ago.
The 14-year old admitted that she gets bullied at her private school, but she tries not to let the bullying get to her. Instead, she thinks of the man she knew, who nurtured her and loved her unconditionally. No amount of bullying can take away those memories and experiences she shared with her father.
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