Michael Jackson's troubled teenage daughter Paris Jackson appears to be getting back to normal life after she was seen out and about with her 12-year-old brother Blanket.
Paris, 15, who is believed to have attempted suicide last June, has been living at a $14,000 boarding school in Utah and also staying with her grandmother Katherine Jackson.
But she looked happy and relaxed as she supported Blanket at a karate class before heading to the mall in Calabasas, California with her uncle TJ and his children.
E! News said Paris had also been released from the special boarding school for the Christmas break to join her family - including brothers Prince and Blanket - on holiday in Hawaii.
An Instagram photo posted by Paris revealed that her biological mother Debbie Rowe also joined the family trip.
In a photo simply captioned 'Momma : )', Paris is shown smiling sweetly as she sits close to Debbie Rowe, who also appears to be calm and happy.
According to Radar Online, Paris, has been spending time with mum, whom she was previously estranged from.
The site said: "The two have spent significant time together during Paris' break from school."
Paris was said to have taken an overdose and slashed her wrists after struggling to come to terms with her father's death in 2009.
She was being cared for at the Alpine Academy in Utah, a centre which specialises in depression and grief management for teenagers.