The family, friends and fans of the late Michael Jackson are remembering the King of Pop on the second anniversary of his death.
Jackson, who would be celebrating his 53rd birthday in August, passed away on June 25, 2009 at his Los Angeles home after authorities determined that he died of acute propofol intoxication and cardiac arrest. His physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, has been accused of involuntary manslaughter and is due to stand trial in September.
At the time of his shocking death, Jackson had been preparing to launch a tour in London where ticket sales concerts had already been sold out.
Reports state that Jackson's children – Prince,14, Paris,13, and Blanket, 9, – who are living with their grandmother Katherine Jackson, are doing well. According to the Daily Mirror, they were presented with custom-made memorial motorcycles that were driven through Los Angeles' Forrest Lawn cemetery on Saturday.
Jackson's hometown of Gary, Indiana, also held a tribute, with the mayor saying that the beloved King of Pop will be honored every June 25.