Prince and Paris Jackson share the same family, a love for music, and now, tattoo artists!
The siblings recently paid a visit to the Timeless Tattoo shop in Hollywood, California, where Prince, 19, got a tattoo of Anubis, an iconic Egyptian god, on his right shoulder blade by artist Justin Lewis.
If the artist's name sounds familiar, it's because Paris also got inked from him on Tuesday. In celebration of her 18th birthday, she got a tattoo on the side of her left wrist that read, "Queen of my heart." What made it so special, however, was the words were from a handwritten letter penned by her late father, Michael Jackson.
"To everyone else he was the King of Pop," she explained in her Instagram caption. "To me, well, he was the king of my heart."
But that didn't stop Paris from getting another one during her second trip to a tattoo shop this week. This time she opted for a bright and colorful piece -- a gorgeous blue lotus flower in honor of her grandmother -- from artist Hillary Santagata.
She later took to Instagram to show a close-up of her new body art in a collage of pics that also featured two snaps of herself posing with her "ink goddess."
"'Kǎisèlín' for Grandma Katherine, done by the ink goddess herself @thetattooprincess," she captioned it. "Love you, G-Ma."
After receiving some negative comments on social media -- with some fans writing things like, "It's beautiful but, please enough Paris," "second tattoo in two days?!" and "once you get one, you can't stop!" -- she took to Twitter to defend her actions.
"Never apologize for art," she wrote on Thursday.
This isn't the first time Paris has found herself firing back at her social media haters. Back in February, she criticized the "f**king ridiculous" expectations by some users trolling her account, calling her out for being unresponsive and not replying to comments.