Paris Jackson has returned to her home at the Neverland Ranch.
The 18-year-old daughter of the late musician Michael Jackson paid a visit to the place she used to call home when she lived there with her father and her brothers Prince Jackson and Blanket Jackson. The aspiring singer took to Instagram to share a photo of the large house, saying that it "felt good" to visit the estate.
She captioned the photo: "Felt so good to be home even for a little bit."
The star also took the time to explore the estate's petting zoo, stopping to take selfies with the alpacas and film a short video of her feeding them.
The video was captioned: "my new friends, Rickie, Survivor, and Kyle :) (sic)"
Paris visited the estate with her boyfriend of seven months Michael Snoddy, who was a pizza delivery boy when the pair started dating, but quit his job in July.
A source told New York Post's Page Six column: "Michael [Snoddy] quit his job around July and they moved into the house where Michael [Jackson] grew up."
News of the couple's visit to the ranch comes after the property was put up for sale in May 2015 for $100 million. As of this spring, the house still hadn't been sold, but there had been no reduction in price.
Earlier this year, both Paris and her brother Prince took to Instagram to pay tribute to their father on what would have been his 58th birthday. Prince posted a picture of a sonnet he had penned in memory of his father, whilst Paris reposted it to share her thoughts.
She wrote: "love this.. proud of you big brother. and happy birthday to the man that means more to us than anything and anyone ever could. (sic)"