I’m the father of Michael Jackson’s children! British actor says he will take DNA test to prove it (PICTURED)

Former child actor Mark Lester believes he’s  the biological father of deceased superstar Michael Jackson’s children Prince  Michael, 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11, and he’s will to undergo DNA testing to  prove it.

The Oliver! star alleges the Prince of Pop  asked him to donate sperm one year prior to the births of the children, whom  Lester claims now closely resemble his own four teenagers.

The Daily  Mirror reports the 54-year-old even  delivered an impassioned message to the children, with whom he’s remained out of  contact since Jackson’s memorial service in 2009: ‘I’m here, come and visit  England, we’ll look after you.’

The man in question: British actor Mark Lester asserts he may be the biological father of Michael Jackson's children Prince Michael, 16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11The man in question: British actor Mark Lester asserts  he may be the biological father of Michael Jackson’s children Prince Michael,  16, Paris, 15, and Blanket, 11

Lester asserted he briefly blocked thoughts  of the donation process, which occurred in the early 1990s: ‘After  Michael asked me to donate sperm for him I completely forgot about  it.’

Yet speaking to the outlet apparently jogged  his memory, as he continued: ‘I remember Michael ringing and saying, ”Oh, you  don’t have any  fertility difficulties do you?”

‘Then out of the blue about a year later, he  mentioned sperm donation and I agreed.’

Severed ties: Lester claims he last saw the three children at Jackson's memorial service in 2009 following his untimely death at age 50Severed ties: Lester claims he last saw the three  children at Jackson’s memorial service in 2009 following his untimely death at  age 50

He explained of the slightly uncomfortable  process: ‘Michael set it up for me to turn up to a clinic in Harley Street,  London to do it. It was weird.

‘I went in a couple of times to donate but we never talked about it ever again. It was a really strange request but while Michael was alive I never gave it another thought. I didn’t ­donate to get something out of it.’

The two friends met in 1978 after a Jackson 5  concert at London’s Rainbow Theatre.

Both grown child stars, they got along  swimmingly.

Questionable resemblance: The former child actor, pictured in 1970, is the godfather of Jackson's three children including son Prince Michael, pictured at Jackson's 2009 memorial serviceQuestionable resemblance: The former child actor, pictured in 1970, is the godfather of Jackson's three children including son Prince Michael, pictured at Jackson's 2009 memorial service

Questionable resemblance: The former child actor,  pictured in 1970, is the godfather of Jackson’s three children including son  Prince Michael, pictured at Jackson’s 2009 memorial service

Lester gushed of their relationship: ‘We  ended up great friends. Michael had so many people and security  around him but  had very few people that knew him really closely. I  became one of those lucky  few.’

Their friendship endured through decades, with Jackson even naming Lester the godfather to his three children, born in 1997, 1998 and 2002 with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, to whom the hitmaker was married between 1996 and 1999.

Lester’s own four children often spent  holidays and weekends with Jackson’s offspring.

He reminisced: ‘Every time Michael came to  the UK, which was at least six  times a year, I used to take my children to see  his. They always got on  really well.

Close friends: Jackson and Lester remained friends for over 30 years, and often spent holidays together with their respective families Close friends: Jackson and Lester remained friends for  over 30 years, and often spent holidays together with their respective families

‘We always used to stay at an isolated  cottage at the Cliveden House hotel  in Berkshire. I even took the kids to his  home in the US. We were like  one big happy family.’

Still, Lester maintains he never doubted the  paternity of Jackson’s progeny while the Beat It singer was alive.

Only after Jackson’s drug-induced death at 50  did the lifelong pal entertain the idea that he may be the father of the  grieving youngsters.

‘I noticed the likenesses in my own children  and his,’ he explained. ‘My  daughter Olivia looks like Paris. People have also  pointed out  similarities between myself when I was younger and  Prince.’

Quality time: Lester, pictured in 1968, said of his meetings with Jackson's offspring, 'Every time Michael came to the UK, I used to take my children to see his. They always got on really well'Quality time: Lester, pictured in 1968, said of his meetings with Jackson's offspring, 'Every time Michael came to the UK, I used to take my children to see his. They always got on really well'

Quality time: Lester, pictured in 1968, said of his  meetings with Jackson’s offspring, ‘Every time Michael came to the UK, I used to  take my children to see his. They always got on really well’

He continued of Jackson: ‘He was a great dad  to them, brought them up and was brilliant with the  kids so I just didn’t go  there but there is obviously a good possibility (that I could be the biological  father).’

After Lester raised the question to the  Jackson family, the clan severed ties with the scorned godfather in a move that  he deems ‘not what Michael  would have wanted.’

The family has not responded to Lester’s  resultant pleas despite his  insistence that he remains willing to undergo DNA  testing to confirm  whether he is the children’s biological father.

Friend Uri Geller corroborated Lester’s  claims in 2009, saying: ‘I have no reason to doubt Mark’s  story, simply because  I remember  years ago in New York, Michael implied to me that he wanted Mark to  help him father a child for him.

Similar features: Lester alleges his daughters Olivia and Harrett, pictured in 2009, resemble Jackson's daughter Paris, pictured in 2012Similar features: Lester alleges his daughters Olivia and Harrett, pictured in 2009, resemble Jackson's daughter Paris, pictured in 2012

Similar features: Lester alleges his daughters  Olivia  and Harrett, pictured in 2009, resemble Jackson’s daughter Paris, pictured in  2012

‘Now obviously I cannot be 100  per cent sure  that Paris is the biological daughter of Mark. But I  remember those words and  knowing the relationship that Mark had with  Michael and their families and  their children and the many trips they  took together.

‘There was such a very strong bond, that to  me, it really makes sense.”

Lester, however, adamantly states he will  only submit to genetic testing with the approval of the Jackson  children.

He remarked: ‘I wouldn’t have a DNA  test  without the children’s permission but when the children come of  age, and it’s  not far away, and they decide they want me to do it then I will. It is up to  them.

Cause for concern: Lester, pictured in 2009 with daughter Harriet, said he began to doubt the paternity of Jackson's children when he 'noticed the likenesses in my own children and his' Cause for concern: Lester, pictured in 2009 with  daughter Harriet, said he began to doubt  the paternity of Jackson’s children  when he ‘noticed the likenesses in  my own children and his’

‘I don’t want to tell them what to do. I just  want to reconnect and be the godfather that Michael made me.’

Among Lester’s other allegations is the  revelation that prior to his untimely death, Jackson hid a collection of unheard  recordings in a vault in his Neverland Ranch.

The actor said of the unreleased tracks: ‘I’m  amazed no one has got their hands on them yet.

‘He couldn’t  read or write music so whenever lyrics came to him he just had  to  quickly write things down. If he got a beat he would tap it out on to a  portable tape recorder. The tapes and words exist somewhere because I’ve heard  some of them. One was about a mystery girl.

‘I don’t know if they were found when his estate was wound up. Either way  they will be worth a bit of money,’ he finished.

Siblings? Lester remarked of genetic testing to determine whether Harriet, pictured in 2009, and Paris, pictured in 2012, are sisters, 'It is up to them'Siblings? Lester remarked of genetic testing to determine whether Harriet, pictured in 2009, and Paris, pictured in 2011, are sisters, 'It is up to them'

Siblings? Lester remarked of genetic testing to  determine whether Harriet, pictured in 2009, and Paris, pictured in 2011, are  sisters, ‘It is up to them’

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