The 50-year-old That's the Way Love Goes singer confirmed she and her husband Wissam Al Mana are expecting their first child together back in May (16), and the baby news prompted the star to suspend performances on her Unbreakable World Tour so she could focus on her expanding family. And Entertainment Tonight captured her doing just that as she shopped at a baby furniture store in London earlier this week. The photographs obtained by the outlet feature Janet, who has remained out of the spotlight since her baby announcement, in comfortable oversized clothing - but her baby bump was only slightly concealed in the baggy outfit. Her protruding belly further dismisses all speculation she and Wissam decided to use a surrogate to expand their family, a rumour that was dismissed by her brother Tito Jackson in June (16). Janet's other sibling Jermaine Jackson has previously revealed the entire family is delighted by news of the impending new addition. "My sister Janet is my baby. She is fine but she’s having a baby," he smiled to Us Weekly weeks after her pregnancy news grabbed headlines. "A baby having a baby. We look at her like our little baby. And now she’s grown up and she’s having a baby. I’m proud to be an uncle and I can’t wait to see how this baby is going to look. "She’ll be a great mother because she is very tough, very strict. I tell her, 'If you need any parenting skills or any baby skills, let me know because I’m the best diaper changer there is on this planet, still to this day'." © Cover Media
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