Paris Jackson's new tattoo for Michael
Paris Jackson has had another tattoo tribute to her late father Michael Jackson.
The 18-year-old aspiring actress - who already has an ink replica of her dad's 'Dangerous' album cover which features Michael's eyes, a crown, elephants, monkeys and a peacock, as well as an etching on her left wrist, which reads 'Queen of My Heart' in the late King of Pop's handwriting - got the word 'Bad', in the same red font used by the 'Thriller' hitmaker on his album of the same name etched on her right hand, along with a number of other musical tributes.
Her hand also features the late Prince's iconic 'Love' symbol - the unpronounceable sign which he changed his name to in the 1990s - a lightning bolt to represent the late David Bowie, and Van Halen's logo.
Paris already has more than 20 tattoos and seems to be planning more.
After tattoo artist Justin Lewis shared a picture of himself with her and her 19-year-old brother - who had got a tattoo in support of his martial arts institute, the Gracie Academy Beverly Hills - on Instagram, Paris wrote: "you're the greatest! we love you! and we'll keep coming back till we're both fully covered ink (sic)"
Meanwhile, Prince spoke of how "honoured" he feels to be a student of the Gracie Academy.
Showing off a close-up picture of his new tattoo, he said: "@dermagraphink did a great job of this logo from @gracieacademybh it's truly an honor and a privilege to call myself their student they've taught me so much about not only the sport but also life (sic)"
Paris - who was just 11 years old when Michael died from acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - had long spoken of her desire to have a tattoo tribute to her father, who was born on August 29, 1958.
Back in 2011, she tweeted: "I kinda want to get August XXIX tatted on my back (sic)."