King of Pop Michael Jackson became infatuated with his British god-daughter when she was just five years old, his doctor claims.
By the time she was 12 the twisted Thriller star was so obsessed with the little girl that he was determined to marry her as soon as possible.
But he also fell for movie star Emma Watson when she was an 11-year-old Harry Potter actress – and announced that if he couldn’t have his first choice he’d wed her instead.
The extraordinary claims are made in an explosive new book by the singer’s personal physician, Dr Conrad Murray.
It casts an astonishing light on the bizarre, dark world of the 400million-record selling megastar, who died of a prescription drugs overdose in 2009.
Murray, 63, claims Jacko confided in him about his crush on little Harriet, the daughter of his close friend, former Oliver! child actor Mark Lester, 58.
“Michael fell in love with Harriet when she was roughly five years old,” Murray writes in This Is It – named after the concerts at London’s 02 Arena that Jackson, 50, had been preparing for when he died.
“Then, by age 12, he grew to become fixated on her,” he claims.