March 27 (UPI) -- Paris Jackson and her elder brother got matching tattoos over the weekend.
The 18-year-old aspiring actress showed off her yin yang tattoo with "bestie" Prince Jackson, and dedicated a sweet post to her 20-year-old sibling Sunday on Instagram.
"Sometimes i feel like my big brother and i always think the same thoughts, he just doesn't have a filter and always vocalizes them," Paris captioned a photo of their new ink.
"Though total opposites, like my gooko and i, the inseparable yin and yang work together finding and causing balance within each other," she explained. "matchies with my bestie @princejackson!"
/yin/ [in Chinese philosophy] the passive female principle of the universe, characterized as female and sustaining and associated with structure, night, the moon, fluidity, calmness, the earth, darkness, cold, death, and ascends energy. /yang/ the active male principle of the universe, characterized as male and creative and associated with function, the sky and sun, speed, expression, heaven, heat, light, birth, and descends energy. sometimes i feel like my big brother and i always think the same thoughts, he just doesn't have a filter and always vocalizes them 😂 though total opposites, like my gooko and i, the inseparable yin and yang work together finding and causing balance within each other. matchies with my bestie @princejackson! ❤️Advertisement
Paris and Prince are the children of late singer Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe, and siblings to 15-year-old Blanket Jackson. Paris has numerous other tattoos, including several dedicated to Michael, who died at age 50 in 2009.
"I see ink as a way of changing for the better, always improving," she said in June after admitting some of her tattoos cover self-harm scars. "They represent strength for me."
Paris recently said in the April issue of Harper's Bazaar that she was Michael's "favorite" child and "princess" growing up. Prince previously told Good Morning America that it took "a while" for him and his siblings to realize the extent of their dad's fame.
"Even after we realized he was the King of Pop, even to this day, I don't think it holds the same weight to us as to other people, because he was our dad," he said.