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Prince Michael Jackson finds love with Remi Alfalah

07 MAY 2013

It seems that the prince has found his princess.

Prince Michael Jackson has found love with Remi Alfalah, a member of the Kuwaiti royal family. The young couple, who both attend Buckley School in Shermon Oaks, California, have been spotted on a string of dates. Michael Jackson's eldest son has taken Remi for a romantic meal, to a Rolling Stones concert, and on trips to a bowling alley and go-kart racing track.

While Remi has royal connections, she was raised in the US. It is not known how long she and Prince have been dating, but Prince was linked to fellow teenage student Niki Berger as recently as February. Buckley School counts Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie among it's alumni. Prince, 16,  is also keen to carve out a career in the entertainment industry.

 



Prince joined Entertainment Tonight as correspondent this year. He has big ambitions, and wants director Peter Jackson will be his next interviewee.

"I love his movies. Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit and King Kong. I just love the way he shoots," said Prince.

"I used to study his movies with my dad, put the volume off and just watch it, just the shots to see how he put it together."

As well as his broadcasting slot, the star also appeared in the finale of 90210, which will appear on British screens on 13 May.

Endlessly loyal to his late father, Prince declared that the King of Pop "raised me right".

 



"I seem more mature than my years all thanks to my dad," he said.

The Jackson family have lodged a lawsuit against Michael's physician Dr. Murray, who was hired by the artist's record label AEG in a bid to recover the star’s ailing health during his world tour.

Sharon Osbourne has confirmed that she will testify at the trial, claiming that the record label prioritised ticket sales over the Thriller star's health stuggles.

"There were certain people that worked at that company AEG Live that knew that Michael Jackson was not well and didn't care because it was business," she said.

"Whether he performed or he didn't, they would still make money, and I've had conversations with certain people at that company who have said exactly that to me."

The family are hoping to claim a $40billion sum for the loss of projected earnings.