The late Michael Jackson’s eldest son, Prince Michael, is to make his first solo public appearance at a charity auction in Berlin.
The event will take place on November 10 with proceeds going to Tribute to Bambi Foundation, a German children’s charity.
The 14-year-old will be in attendance for the sale of his late father's handwritten manuscript of the hit "Bad", People magazine reports.
He will also walk the red carpet, an event spokesperson told the magazine.
Since Jackson’s death in 2009 his mother Katherine, 81 has been legally entrusted to raising his children, Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket.
She recently confided to the Daily Mail that the children are still coming to terms with their father’s death:
"Paris, Prince and Blanket suffer in different ways. Prince tried to be stronger than the others. He wants to be a man. He doesn't want people to see what's inside," she told the tabloid.
"They are all going to be like him, especially Paris,” she continued.
“She has pictures of him hanging all over her wall. She took a pillow and one of his jackets, and said, 'I don't ever want it cleaned. He's worn it and it smells of him and I don't ever want the smell to go away'."
Pop legend Jackson died, aged 50, after suffering a cardiac arrest at his home in Beverly Hills in 2009.