Michael Jackson’s son Prince feels ‘guidance’ from father

Prince Michael Jackson and Bigi Jackson attend The Prince Michael Jackson, Bigi Jackson and The Heal LA Foundation's 3rd Annual "Thriller Night" Costume Party at The Jackson Family Home on October 25, 2019 in Encino, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Michael Jackson's eldest child, Prince, has shared that he feels his late father's "guidance" in his life and career.

It comes as the 22-year-old and his 17-year-old brother Bigi, formerly known as Blanket, launched a film review YouTube channel earlier in the year.

"My dad was always a strong believer in going for what you want and 'go follow your dreams and chase your dreams'. Prince told Extra. "So for us to be able to kind of sit there and hopefully make a career about talking about film and looking at film – my brother wants to be a director, I love producing."

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Singer Michael Jackson (C) walks with his children, Prince and Paris, as they visit Harrods October 12, 2005 in London, England. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images)

He added: "It’s just, it’s definitely, there’s some form of guidance there that kind of is ushering us into the next generation."

The King of Pop died in 2009 at the age of 50, leaving behind his two sons and their sister, Paris Jackson, 21.

(L-R) Prince Michael "Blanket" Jackson, Paris Jackson and Prince Jackson arrive at the Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour in Los Angeles, California, on January 27, 2012. AFP PHOTO/VALERIE MACON / AFP PHOTO / VALERIE MACON/Getty Images

Jackson rubbed shoulders with many other musical icons in his lifetime, including Freddie Mercury, who reportedly mocked the Bad hitmaker for sleeping on the floor of his Los Angeles mansion.

Mercury's assistant Peter ‘Phoebe’ Freestone, who worked with the Queen singer for 12 years, has said that he was surprised to find that Jackson slept on a mattress in the middle of the floor when visiting his home.

“‘You’ve got money, why don’t you buy a bed?’” Freestone recalled Mercury quipping. “Michael just said, ‘I feel so much better when I’m closer to the Earth.’

“Freddie said, ‘Well how much closer does not having a bed make you? We’re upstairs.’” he went on. “That was the sort of thing that happened.”