Prince Michael Jackson takes girlfriend Nikita Bess to Dancing In Jaffa screening... but poses for photos with auntie La Toya
His father might’ve died nearly five years ago, but it looks like Prince Michael Jackson has inherited his dad’s love for dance.
The 17-year-old attended a screening of Dancing In Jaffa in Los Angeles on Thursday, arriving with his girlfriend Nikita Bess.
But, although he arrived with Nikita, the famous teen also posed with his auntie La Toya before watching the show with both the ladies in his life.
The mid-week date isn’t the couple’s first – Prince and Nikita are frequently seen wondering around Los Angeles hand-in-hand.
The 17-year-old scrubbed up nicely in a dapper black suit and crisp white shirt while his girlfriend wore a pale pink dress with a black bow around her waist.
Posing for a picture with 57-year-old La Toya, the family pair were wearing very similar outfits with the Free The World singer also wearing a smart black jacket with a shirt.
First signs of their relationship emerged when they were spotted holding hands in February after a trip to Las Vegas with the entire family to celebrate Prince’s brother Blanket's 12th birthday.
Prior to Nikita, Prince had been dating Kuwaiti royal Remi Alfalah who he met at the Buckley School, an exclusive private school in Sherman Oaks, California.
They hadn't been seen out together since October, however, and it looks like Nikita - having become acquainted with the family - is here to stay at least for a little while.
The Jackson family sighting comes after Michael Jackson's mother has been ordered to pay $800,000 to his promoter AEG Live for a failed lawsuit.
A jury ruled in October last year that the company were not to blame for Michael's death in 2009 and they were not wrong for hiring disgraced physician, Conrad Murray, to care for the singer.
Now a judge has ordered that Katherine Jackson, 83, must pay the company compensation after they fought for costs and damages.
Michael died of acute Propofol intoxication on June 25, 2009, after suffering from cardiac arrest, with the Los Angeles County Coroner ruled his death a homicide.
His personal physician Conrad Murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to four years in jail for the crime, but was released last October after serving just two years behind bars.
The Jacksons wanted AEG Live to pay $85million (£51million) to each of the star's three children - Prince, 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11 - for emotional loss, and up to $1.6billion (£958million) for economic losses.
Lawyers claimed the figures were ridiculous, and last October a jury found Murray was not unfit or incompetent for the job, a key requirement for the Jackson lawsuit to have won
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