MICHAEL Jackson's children have turned to God and computer games to cope with losing their father.
The late pop star's three children - Prince Michael I, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Prince Michael II - were taken to a Jehovah's Witness centre by Michael's older sister Rebbie, 59, yesterday. Paris and Prince were seen clutching a song book during the religious service.
A source said: "Michael always wanted Rebbie to help with the kids if anything ever happened to him."
The Jackson family is keen to keep the children in touch with the real world and is encouraging them to play computer games and paint to boost their spirits.
The children's godfather, Mark Lester, said the kids are "coping quite well" but were "quiet" while in the care of their grandmother, Katherine Jackson. - Bang