Jackson, Presley Want Children

Michael Jackson and wife Lisa Marie Presley-Jackson do the deed and plan to have children, but they won’t say when.

“We will be expecting a child - now when,” Presley-Jackson started to say, and was interrupted by her husband, who said: “We’re not going to say when.”

“Of course it’s in the hands of the heavens,” Jackson said in the live interview Wednesday on ABC’s “PrimeTime Live.”

The interview with Diane Sawyer was the first one broadcast since they exchanged vows in May 1994 in a surprise marriage.

During the interview, the couple vehemently defended their marriage as a real thing, denied the child molestation allegations once lodged against Jackson and talked about their courtship and marriage.

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