The children of late pop star, Michael Jackson reportedly cost an insane £2.75 million ($4.3 million) to care for annually.
New court documents made available by the Michael’s star’s lawyers reveal the stunning amount spent on Prince (18), Paris (16) and 13-year-old Bigi (Blanket) with expenses including £290,000 on a house in Calabasas, California, which is rented for the kids at the cost of £22,000 a month.
The Sun reports that a total of £48,000 in fees for Buckley School was also spent for Prince and Paris, before the latter dropped out, with £19,000 also being spent on a separate school for “young performers”.
Other expenses included chartering a private plane for £90,000, £300,000 on staff at their properties as well as £30,000 on other workers, £600 on Bigi’s 11th birthday bash and £274,000 for a trip to Hawaii with Prince and Paris’ biological mother, Debbie Rowe.
The children are under the care of the late music icon’s 85-year-old mother Katherine.
The three children will only inherit equal shares of the estate when they turn 33 when they will be given half and they will be entitled to the rest by the time they hit 40.