's children made a rare public appearance together last night at the launch party for the new Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink. ET
caught up with Paris
and Prince Michael to find out their current happenings and what brought them out to the event.
"To promote healthiness, actually, because it's a very healthy energy drink," Prince Michael, Jackson's eldest child, said jovially when asked why he and his siblings were at the event. "It's for a good cause, so that's why. And I like it."
Jackson's second child, Paris
, revealed that her recently launched acting career is going "great," but she was unable to name the project on which she is working. However, she assured that the acting gig has nothing to do with reality television.
"No," she replied when prompted about a potential reality show. "I like to keep some parts of our life private, you know?"
The launch party for Mr. Pink Ginseng Drink brought out an array of stars to The Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, including David Arquette, Lindsay Lohan, Audrina Patridge, Kimora Lee Simmons and professional athletes Metta World Peace and Matt Kemp.
Having the media flock around them wherever they may go, the Jackson children have been subjected to an unusual amount of attention since their births, but have dealt with the public interest relatively well despite a recent public conflict
with their late father's siblings.
"Stay humble," Paris offered as her advice to other famous children. "Don't let things get to your head."