Janet Jackson shows off her son Eissa for the first time

The post appears on Wissam’s

She and her husband, Wissam Al Mana, were married secretly in 2012.

Janet Jackson shared the first picture of her infant son on Twitter Friday night.

Baby Eissa was born on January 3.

"We would appreciate that our privacy is respected and that we are allowed this time for celebration and joy", the duo continued in a statement, signing off, "With love, Wissam and Janet".

The 50-year-old American singer had been asked to rest during her pregnancy and she managed to have a "stress-free, healthy delivery" thanks to her doctors, said the insider. He was telling her how to dress and to submit of the way she ought to appear at concerts, "said a source from the Jackson environment". Since becoming a mum, Jackson has remained in London. "A permanent check that would have made the singer " insane " because she felt she was going to " lose her fans ".


Jackson hasn't shared any messages on her own or through any reps, but she has been spotted running errands, including one with her son, since news of the split became public.

The singer said previous year that her Unbreakable tour was being delayed because she and Mr Al Mana were "planning our family".

Alongside the picture of her cuddling him, she tweeted: "My baby and me after nap time". Fans were excited back then when she announced, "I thought it was important that you be the first to know".

The source added: 'Janet felt hidden away from her family. She is taking time to just be with her baby at this time and that's all she really wants.

We can only hope Wissam Al Mana will learn from this experience.

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