A Los Angeles judge Thursday reinstated Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson's mother, as the guardian of his three children Prince, Paris and Blanket. The kids' cousin, TJ, remains co-guardian.
Judge Mitchell Beckloff told the court that an investigator who was sent to the family's home on Friday came back with a glowing review of the job that Mrs. Jackson, who's 82, is doing in taking care of her grandchildren.
"It's clear to me that the children are well cared for by Mrs. Jackson, they love her very much, and it's clear to me that the children have a substantial relationship with TJ and love him very much," Judge Beckloff declared.
It was also revealed that Diana Ross, named in The King of Pop's will as the person he chose to care for his children should Katherine not be able to, met with the kids and Mrs. Jackson on Wednesday and was "very pleased" with the way things are going.
The judge ordered a hearing on August 22 to determine whether TJ, the son of **** Jackson, will become a permanent co-guardian.
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