While catching the ball, the 13-year-old looked like she was bringing out one of her late father’s special tiptoe stand dance move.
And Paris also seems to have her father’s focus, as she looked to be concentrating hard on the game.
The teenager is particularly sporty, and last year became the only female member of her school’s flag football squad.
And the aspiring actress will soon be making her acting début in film series Lundon’s Bridge And The Three Keys.
Meanwhile, her father’s memory lives on, and it was recently revealed that Paris and Prince, as well as younger brother Blanket, nine, will be placing their father’s shoes and famous sequinned glove into the cement outside Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26.
A statement announcing the news read: ‘The Grauman’s Chinese Theatre forecourt is one of the most photographed tourist sites in the world, annually attracting as many visitors as the Taj Mahal in India and the Prado Museum in Madrid.
‘The Grauman’s hands and footprints ceremony is rich in tradition and provides the four million plus people a year who visit the site an up close look at the hand and footprints of Hollywood’s most notable talents.’No tags for this post.