The three children of Michael Jackson are reportedly 'exhausted with emotion' after a week of not being allowed contact with their beloved grandmother Katherine.
The King of Pop's son Blanket is said to be particularly disturbed by current tension within the Jackson family, as he is closest to his grandmother, who was reported missing last weekend.
Katherine, who has lost custody of her grandchildren Paris, Prince and Blanket, was reportedly "completely unaware" that her grandchildren were so disturbed by her absence. The 82 year-old matriarch was deemed unable to take care of the three children as a result of "intentional acts of third parties".
On Tuesday, Paris Jackson tweeted that she hadn't seen her grandmother for nine days.
The children's cousin TJ Jackson thas taken over as their legal guardian. Katherine has now arrived back at the family home in Calabasas, California, after nearly two weeks in Arizona to find the kids in a state of distress.
"It was an extremely emotional reunion with Katherine and the grandchildren last night," a source told Radar Online.
"Katherine was completely unaware that they had been trying to call her. Katherine heard a much different story about the past week than what she was told by her children, Randy, Jermaine and Janet who were with her in Tucson.
"Blanket was especially traumatised by Katherine leaving because he is extremely close to her and was absolutely lost without her.
"The kids were all united in telling Katherine that she could never go that long again without contacting them as they had grown so worried about her. Blanket was just glued to her side the entire night and was exhausted with emotion."
We hope things settle down soon!
The family seemed happy at a TV appearance back in December...