Paris Jackson helps relief efforts in Puerto Rico
Paris Jackson, model and daughter of late King of Pop Michael Jackson, flew to Puerto Rico to help distribute supplies to the families affected by a hurricane here.
Paris joined American TV personality Bethenny Frankel, who has been assisting relief efforts since the island was destroyed by the natural disaster, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Paris, wearing a black T-shirt, loose pants, a white and red cap, and comfortable sandals, was seen unloading the plane when they touched down in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
She also helped load the supplies into the truck before they were distributed to the hurricane victims.
"I made friends today. feels good to be with beings of light on that mutual frequency. what incredible little bundles of joy," the model captioned an Instagram image that showed her reading a book to a child at a school here.
Other celebrities making donations to Puerto Rico include Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston and Chelsea Handler.
The three women donated $1 million each. Lopez also helped raise $35 million at a star-studded charity concert benefiting Puerto Rico.
Meanwhile, actress Scarlett Johansson announced a reading of Thornton Wilder's Our Town to raise more funds. The actress recruited her Marvel co-stars like Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo for the benefit event