She welcomed her first baby a month ago.
And Janet Jackson's famous family paid her a visit to meet the baby, Us Weekly exclusively reported on Thursday.
The 50-year-old singer welcomed her mum Katherine, 86, and siblings Rebbie and Randy Jackson, following the birth of her son, Eissa on January 3rd.
The Rhythm Nation singer and husband Wissam Al Mana spent time with her stellar family, who rushed across the Atlantic to London to meet her first tot.
A source told Us: 'Janet is doing wonderfully', adding: 'She’s doing great.'
'She is totally in love,' another source told E! News of the new mum. 'She is taking time to just be with her baby at this time and that's all she really wants.'
'Janet and her baby are doing well,' the insider added. 'She has hired help at home and her husband has been with her through it all.'
'It was a difficult pregnancy but she is very blessed and has a healthy baby. She has great doctors. A select few have seen her baby. She is so excited to be a mom.'
The source also added that the newborn 'looks like Janet in so many ways with a touch of her man.'
She has been keeping a low profile since the birth, only spotted once, on January 24 as she checked out a baby shop in swish Chelsea in London.
The couple announced the exciting news after she gave birth last month, with a spokesperson saying: 'Janet Jackson and husband Wissam Al Mana are thrilled to welcome their new son Eissa Al Mana into the world.
'Janet had a stress-free, healthy delivery and is resting comfortably.’
And while the songstress and her newborn are in good health, Janet was placed on bed rest as she closed in on her due date.
She announced she was also delaying her Unbreakable World Tour.
She and the Qatari billionaire businessman, 42, first met in 2010 and secretly tied the knot in 2012.
Janet's mega-rich husband works for The Al Mana Group, which was founded by his father, Saleh Al Hamad Al Mana. It is now owned Wissam and his brothers Hisham and Kamal.
The tycoon, who has an estimated worth of $1billion, is the executive director of the group, which runs Harvey Nichols, Zara and Mango stores in the Middle East and also counts designer brands such as Hermes and Alexander McQueen among its portfolio.
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