'It felt good to be home': Michael Jackson's daughter Paris returns to Neverland
Paris Jackson took a trip to the Neverland Ranch, the palatial home she shared with her late father Michael Jackson and her brothers Prince Michael and Blanket.
The 18-year-old shared a series of posts on Instagram as she revisited her childhood home, the Santa Barbara estate that the King of Pop turned into magical fairytale-inspired residence after buying it in the late 1980s.
In one picture, Paris posed with an alpaca at the zoo and joked that "he was posing so hard", and later shared a video clip of her feeding one of the animals at the ranch's famous petting zoo.
Another was an image of the entire front of the sweeping mansion, complete with clock tower and decorate floral garden in front.
She wrote: "Felt so good to be home even for a little bit."
Paris went along to her former home with her boyfriend Michael Snoddy after returning from a holiday.
She and her brothers have not lived at Neverland Ranch for years, following the tragic death of their father in 2009.
Just over a month ago, Paris and Prince Michael took to social media to pay their respects to Michael on what would have been his 58th birthday on August 29.
Prince, 19, wrote a thought-provoking sonnet for the pop superstar, which his sister later re-posted on Instagram.