Why Pregnant Janet Jackson Stays Out of Spotlight? Her Health Concerns Revealed

EXCLUSIVE: **PREMIUM EXCLUSIVE RATES APPLY** Janet Jackson is spotted in Los Angeles for the first time since reports claimed she was pregnant with her first child. The singer, who is believed to be expecting a baby at 50-years-old, headed out in a car for an ice cream run with husband Wissam Al Mana on July 20, 2016. Although Janet has never confirmed the pregnancy rumours, she postponed her 'Unbreakable' tour in April 2016 because she was "planning" her family with her husband. Pictured: Janet Jackson Ref: SPL1320892 280716 EXCLUSIVE Picture by: Clint Brewer/London Ent/Splash Splash News and Pictures Los Angeles:310-821-2666 New York: 212-619-2666 London: 870-934-2666 photodesk@splashnews.com

Janet Jackson is spotted in Los Angeles for the first time since reports claimed she was pregnant with her first child. The singer, who is believed to be expecting a baby at 50-years-old, headed out in a car for an ice cream run with husband Wissam Al Mana on July 20, 2016. Although Janet has never confirmed the pregnancy rumours, she postponed her ‘Unbreakable’ tour in April 2016 because she was “planning” her family with her husband.

Janet Jackson has only been seen out in public once since announcing her pregnancy, but it’s not just doctor’s orders keeping her in hiding.
Insiders told OK! Magazine that the 50-year-old expectant mother has been staying at home with her husband Wissam Al Mana because she’s on bed rest!

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Sources claim she “has ballooned to 250 pounds,” and ordered to stay at home because she’s “at risk for serious complications.”
“This pregnancy is doing a number on her,” added the insider.
Janet is also struggling over her appearance as she prepares for her first child and the source claimed “she didn’t want anyone to see that she was already getting huge” when she was photographed in July.
So far, Jackson has not revealed the gender of her child and her brother Tito Jackson said in June that she’s merely “hoping for a healthy baby.”

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