Janet Jackson Spotted in Black Overcoat with Son Eissa, 2, Riding in a $470 Mercedes Toy Car
Janet Jackson spent some quality time with her two-year-old son on a trip to London, where they casually strolled the streets with a personal assistant.
Janet is living the life now that she's taken a step back from singing full-time, having more time to spend with her little one. While Janet and her female companion walked the streets, the adorable little boy was riding an electric Mercedes Benz G Wagon toy, which is approximately worth $480.
To cozy up for the cold London weather, Janet donned an all-black ensemble consisting of an overcoat, scarf, platform boots, and combat trousers. She pulled her hair back in a neat bun while shielding her eyes from the sun with a pair of oval-shaped sunglasses.
Janet, a multi-award-winning singer known for her hit singles such as "That's The Way Love Goes," "Rhythm Nation," "Together Again," and "All For You," she has achieved a lot of things that others could only dream of. However, what a lot of people didn't know, was that she was once told that she would never have children. In fact, she said, "every doctor told me it wasn't possible."
In a previous interview, the singer revealed that she thought she would never have the chance to become a mother. Fast forward to a few decades later, she now shares a son with estranged husband Wissam Al Mana, a Qatari billionaire whom she was married to for five years. Now that she has Eissa in her life, she feels "incredibly lucky and happy."
According to Janet's older brother Tito, he thinks that motherhood suits his sister very well and that it makes her "complete." He proudly shared how hands-on she is with her son, changing his diapers and making sure to spend a lot of time with him.
Janet Jackson enjoys some quality time with her son Eissa https://t.co/f88Yj0LbZK— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) February 21, 2019
Now, the two not only share a close relationship with one another but have also been the best travel buddies who take on one adventure at a time. With time in their hands, no doubt they'll be able to do a whole lot more together in the future.