Janet Jackson's husband breaks silence amid divorce

Janet Jackson's husband breaks silence amid divorce

JANET Jackson gave birth to her first child in January at 50 years of age. The 14-week-old baby boy can be seen yawning as he cuddles with his mother.

Janet Jackson's billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana, is trying to get her back and this sweet message proves it.

There are reports the superstar singer split from her husband of five years shortly after giving birth to their son.

Past year the star announced that she was delaying her Unbreakable tour because she and her husband were "planning our family".

After spending some time away from social media, Janet Jackson made a quiet return to Instagram to share a moment with her son Eissa.

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While Janet was busy updating her followers on Eissa's progress, Wissam also broke his silence to his own fans on his personal website.

But less than three months after welcoming their bundle of joy, Janet and the Qatari businessman chose to separate after four years of marriage. The couple remained relatively off the radar until Jackson confirmed she was pregnant with her first child in October 2016.

A video at the time talked of a "sudden change" to the tour's second leg, but did not say whether she was expecting. "We thank God for our blessing", she said at the time. News. "She has so much help around her, so that has alleviated stress".

Just this week, Jackson and Al Mana revealed they were splitting up due to "cultural differences", according to sources. "She's really excited to become a mom". It was a hard pregnancy but she is very blessed and has a healthy baby. "Working out will come, but she is taking it easy at this time".

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