Qatari husband pampers Janet Jackson with 'army' of helpers

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Qatari husband pampers Janet Jackson with army of helpers

The pop singer gave birth to their son on January 3rd this year.

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Published: Sat 14 Jan 2017, 1:48 PM

Last updated: Sun 15 Jan 2017, 12:19 PM

For many women, the time period after the birth of a child is very challenging and is usually marked by a period of rest so that she can regain her strength. This could span months and even longer.
But for celebrity Janet Jackson, that problem is in a way alleviated, since his billionaire Qatari husband Wissam Al Mana gave an entire staff of nurses to take care of the mother and child. This is according to a US Weekly report who quoted an insider saying that Janet has "nurses waiting on them hand and foot."
Apart from an army of nurses and waiting staff, Janet has her mother Katherine and they will be joined later on by Janet's older brother, Jermaine.
Jackson had a 'stress-free healthy delivery and is resting comfortably', according to the report. A source close to the artist also said that Janet and their newborn son, Eissa are enjoying a "lavish life".
Her husband, Wissam Al Mana, could be easily identified as one of the persons behind Al Mana group - the GCC-based company that runs Harvey Nichols, Zara and Mango stores in the Middle East. He has an estimate worth of $1 billion.
Earlier, Janet Jackson cancelled her remaining tour dates to give way to the pregnancy. In a video on social media, she said "'Please, if you can try and understand that it's important that I do this now. I have to rest up, doctor's orders."
While she has not yet confirmed anything about going back on tour, it can be surmised that when you have an army of nurses and assistants at your beck and call, recovery can be made in just a matter of weeks.

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