Reports from tabloid and entertainment news sites earlier this week claimed the 16-year-old could be dating a girl said to be a Kuwaiti princess named Remi al-Falah.But the first clue to Remi not being royalty, which doesn’t appear to have been picked up by Western press, was her surname.Michael Jackson spent time in Bahrain as a guest of the royal family following his 2005 trial on child molestation charges.In April 2006, a statement was released on behalf of Bahrain music label Two Seas Records announcing he would record a new album for release in 2007.Michael Jackson’s eldest son Prince has been linked to a princess.The 16-year-old has apparently enjoyed a date with Remi Alfalah, who is believed to be a Kuwaiti princess.One image shows them laughing and joking, while another shot captures Prince looking on as Remi collects her bowling ball.
After spending a few hours together, Prince is then said to have driven the pretty teenager home.
Her mother is American,” the newspaper stated this week, adding that official Kuwaiti sources in the foreign ministry also rebuffed allegations of her ties to the Kuwaiti royal family.
This isn’t the first time a Jackson family member’s ties to the Arab world have been in the news.
In 2001, Debbie is believed to have given full parental rights to Michael and she had little contact with the kids after that.
King of pop Michael Jackson’s son, Prince, is not embroiled in a “royal romance” with a Kuwaiti Princess, sources told Al Arabiya on Monday.
But keen on focusing on happier days, when the global superstar was alive, Prince reflected: 'He is the greatest parent, as role model, as an inspiration, as a motivator.