Paris Jackson and her brother Prince made a rare joint appearance on the red carpet this week.
The siblings attended the Ryan Gordy Foundation's '60 Years of Motown' celebratory event at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills on Monday evening.
Posing on the red carpet together hand-in-hand, the brother and sister then took to the stage to deliver a speech to the audience.
For the event, 21-year-old Paris wore a daring black Alexander McQueen dress emblazoned with red rose patterns and wore her hair in tousled loose curls.
Prince, who's full name is Prince Michael Joseph Jackson Jnr, was suited and booted in a chain-encrusted dinner jacket with a white shirt and bow collar underneath.
Paris and Prince were the oldest children of the Jackson Five singer, who died aged 50 in 2009, and his ex-wife Debbie Rowe.
They also have a younger brother Prince Michael Jackson II- largely known by his nickname, Blanket - and is 17 years old.
At the event, Paris was also joined by her boyfriend of over a year, musician Gabriel Glenn. The two - who regularly adorably gush about their love for one another on social media - linked arms with her beau and posed for pictures on the red carpet.
Last month, the two dressed in their best to attend the star-studded amfAR gala in Los Angeles, mingling with the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Eva Longoria and Christina Aguilera.
Most recently, last week Paris was spotted at a clothing line launch and posed on the red carpet with soon to be I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins.
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