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Pics of the home where Michael spent his final days and look inside Neverland in collector's HELLO!

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In this weeks special collector's edition of the magazine - which contains full coverage of the king of pop's star-studded send off - there are special reports on what's to become of Neverland and who will get custody of Michael's three children. Pick up your copy now for the full stories, as well as the first look at the LA mansion where the singer died 

10 JULY 2009

The final song has been sung, the last eulogy read, but with Michael Jackson's star studded memorial over, his family are only just beginning to fathom what the future holds.

In the same week the world said goodbye to the king of pop, HELLO! brings you a special collector's edition of the magazine. In issue 1081, on sale now, there's a chance for a first look at the rented LA mansion where Michael died, which his designer pal Christian Audigier plans to buy and turn into a shrine.

As well as full coverage of the tribute concert in LA, we also answer the burning questions still surrounding Michael's untimely death. There's a special report on what will become of Neverland, accompanied by intimate pictures of the singer at home in the theme park ranch he created.

We also take a closer look at the women who hold the key to the future of Michael's children Prince Michael, Blanket, and Paris – who made an emotional tribute to "the best daddy you can imagine" at the memorial this week.

Pick up a copy now to find out more about the king of pop's former wife Debbie Rowe, the children's grandmother Katherine Jackson and the woman they called "mom" – their nanny Grace Rwaramba. And discover what part each of them play in the upbringing of the children.

Read the full stories in the special collector's edition of HELLO! magazine, on sale from Friday July 10.

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