Michael Jackson's heartbroken children visited their father's body in the morgue 10 times after his death in 2009, according to their grandmother Katherine Jackson.
The King of Pop's mother was granted guardianship of Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket following their dad's death from an accidental overdose of anaesthetic Propofol.
The family matriarch admits the youngsters struggled to let go of their singer dad, and went to see his body almost a dozen times in the days after his passing.
Speaking to Australia's 60 Minutes news programme, Katherine admits Paris was the most outwardly affected: "She was screaming and crying when Michael died, saying, 'I want to go with you, Daddy. I don't want to live without you...'
"Michael's kids went back to the morgue where Michael was about 10 times. (Their aunt La Toya) said the children are all kissing and hugging Michael. Even though he is dead, they are still doing that."
Paris was hospitalised in June (13) amid rumours of a suicide attempt, but her grandmother has insisted the 15 year old is now doing "much better".