Michael Jackson's children Paris and Prince Michael, on a recent Universal Studios trip, were seen browsing near Universal CityWalk's Magnet Max store, which sells sad photos of them and brother Blanket mourning at their father’s Staples Center memorial service for $1.99 a pop, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Paris and Prince were spotted at the Hollywood theme park on a trip with their father's longtime friend, Elizabeth Taylor, for the Halloween Horror Nights show.
A guest in the shop described how mortified they were by the surreal situation.
“After I saw them, I walked into a store which sells things like T-shirts and magnets and pictures of stars as souvenirs," the guest told us. "I couldn’t believe it when I saw photos of the children grieving at the memorial service for sale with other pictures of stars. Sure, tourists often buy pictures of icons like Marilyn Monroe or other movie stars, but they’re of them in their prime."
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The guest continued in a rant that, we can safely say, speaks for the masses.
“These are pictures of children’s grief. Who in their right mind would buy them as a souvenir? It’s sick. I only hope the children didn’t go into the store and see them. It’s awful to think their sadness is being exploited like that for a couple of dollars.”