Janet Jackson defines casual chic during London stroll with one-year-old son Eissa
Janet Jackson rocks joggers and combat boots with baby Eissa in her arms in London.
Being a mother has perhaps been Janet Jackson's most favorite thing in the world. After welcoming her first child Eissa last year, Janet seems to try to be around him as much as she can.
On Monday, she reportedly stepped out for some time off with some friends in London and was cradling her baby boy in her arms — no nannies, nothing, reported Daily Mail.
Her one-year-old was on her arm, and she looked happy and radiant as she went about her day. It hasn't been long since the popstar split from her husband, Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana, in April 2017. Janet, 51, reportedly spent her first Christmas with her boy as a single mom.
She appears to have healed her heartache with the help of her baby. She has always been a very hands-on mother, said her brother Tito Jackson soon after she became a mum, last year.
"She changes all the diapers — she does it all. She’s a real mother. She loves it. I asked her, How are you getting along with this? and she said, Tito, I love it," reported Metro. He added, "She’s great at being a mother. It’s really great. I guess it sort of makes her feel complete."
The songstress' off-stage look for the day consisted of a puffy black fur-trimmed bomber jacket, black loose fitting harem style track pants and a pair of calf-length black combat boots. She wore a hair in a tight little high knot and kept her face make up free. Her skin looked so glowy and her neatly trimmed eyebrows pulled the entire look together.
The shoes were perfect for the weather as it rained on Monday. The doting mum tucked her pants into her boots for a fuss-free look and pushed her son's baby stroller down the way.
Janet and her husband started drifting apart after Eissa came into their lives, according to People.
The magazine reported that, according to their source, "They separated shortly after the baby was born. The cultural differences between her and Wissam became even more obvious [after Eissa arrived]. They come from very different worlds."
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