Paris Jackson lets a squirrel crawl over her chest and face on camping trip

She may have been brought up to lead a millionaire lifestyle, but Paris Jackson proved she was at one with nature on Sunday.

The daughter of Michael Jackson, 24, headed to Yosemite for a camping trip and wasn’t afraid to get close to the country wildlife.

Taking to her Instagram stories, Paris shared a glimpse into her break and encounter with a wild squirrel.

The musician looked perfectly relaxed as she lay on the earth and allowed the furry creature to clamber of her chest before it crawled all over her face.

She simply laughed as the squirrel sat on her green corset bralet before making its way to her face searching for food.
Paris joked the trip made her look like a ‘caveman’ as she shared an insight into her camping holiday.

She wrote: “great weekend. hope your new moon in leo was grand.

“edit: please note that there are filters on my face, i don’t actually look like this when i’m camping. it’s more relative to that of a caveman.” (sic).

The video showed the star brushing her teeth in the great outdoors, driving through the woods and camp fires.
Last year, Paris opened up about growing up with the ‘King of Pop’ as a dad and said her childhood wasn’t all ‘glitz and glam’.

The singer lived all over the world as a child and says that while she is grateful for her “privilege”, she learned from a young age that she shouldn’t feel entitled.
Speaking to Naomi Campbell on the supermodel’s YouTube interview series No Filter, Paris admitted her father made sure his kids were “cultured”.

She said: “My dad was really good about making sure we were cultured, making sure we were educated, and not just showing us like the glitz and glam, like hotel hopping, five-star places.

“It was also like, we saw everything. We saw third world countries. We saw every part of the spectrum.”

After Naomi commented Paris “shouldn’t be doing [model] castings,” because of her fame, the Wilted singer insisted she’s a “full believer” she should “earn” her own success.

She told the host this was something else her upbringing had instilled in her.

“Even growing up it was about earning stuff,” Paris said. “If we wanted five toys from FAO Schwarz or Toys ‘R’ Us, we had to read five books.

“It’s earning it, not just being entitled to certain things or thinking ‘oh I got this’.

“It’s like working for it, working hard for it, it’s something else entirely. It’s an accomplishment.”