Paris Jackson has opened up about her relationship with her "very religious" family, and has said that she doesn't speak to them about her sexuality as it "isn't really accepted".
The 23-year-old, who is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, previously came out and said that she likes both men and women, but doesn't identity as bisexual because she has "dated more than just men and women".
Appearing on the Smiths' Red Table Talk with best friend Willow, she spoke about her family and said that she is "very close" with her two brothers and saw extended family at reunions.
Questioned on how her family - considering their religious beliefs - reacted to her coming out, she said: "I'm still kind of figuring it out. My family is very religious and a lot of homosexuality is very taboo, so they don't like to talk about it, it's not really accepted.
"But I've gotten to a point where I respect them and I have love for them, I respect their beliefs, I respect their religion.
"To expect them to put aside their culture and their religions ... expectations to me lead to resentments and what people think about me isn't my business."
She went on to say that her brothers were incredibly supportive of her, with Prince joining an LGBT society at his school.
Paris was further asked about whether she was able to be confident with her sexuality around conservative family members.
She said: "Some of my family I talk to about it openly, some of my family I don't. I've reached a point right now where I have love and respect for my family, their beliefs, their culture, their religion and if I'm to expect them to set that aside just so I can feel accepted, expectations lead to resentments for me.
"So I try and take the approach that what other people think of me is none of my business and as long as I'm living a life of love and being of service and honesty and I'm not hurting other people, I think I'll be alright."
Paris also spoke about her relationship with former bandmate Gabriel Glenn, with the couple splitting in August 2020.
"It was the deepest heartbreak I ever experienced," she said. "But also it was one of the most powerful rebirths I've ever had in finding my voice and finding my sound and embracing being a musician.
"I was scared to do that for a long time. Finally, I'm just like, this is who I am, I'm a musician."