The once famously veiled children of Michael Jackson are knocking on the doors of stranger’s homes as part of their involvement with the Jehovah’s Witnesses, FOXNews.com reported Wednesday.
Although the their father went out of their way to shield his children, Prince, 13, Paris, 12, and Blanket, 8, they are now out in the wider world.
According to a Jackson insider, the kids - under the guidance of their grandmother and legal guardian, Katherine Jackson - have been doing the standard field service as part of their involvement with the religion, encouraging others to convert.
"Growing up, Michael did it, too. It’s an important part of their faith," said the source. "Nobody even seems to know it is them."
Longtime Jackson family friend and biographer, Stacy Brown, also told FOXNews.com that he "wouldn’t be surprised" at all to learn the Jackson youngsters were undertaking field service, despite their star-studded status.
"I am sure it is something Katherine would encourage," Brown said. "Becoming a Jehovah’s Witness was something she wanted for all her kids."
A representative for Katherine did not respond for comment.
House-to-house visitations are regarded as the primary work of Jehovah's Witnesses, with children usually accompanying their parents and participating in the public ministry.