JANET JACKSON FINALLY SPOTTED OUT WITH BABY BUMP ON DISPLAY

  

JANET JACKSON FINALLY SPOTTED OUT WITH BABY BUMP ON DISPLAY

The last time most of us saw Janet Jackson, she was lying in bed, camera in her face, informing us all that she and husband Wissam Al Mana "were planning our family." The pregnancy news came out from there, with Jackson postponing the second leg of her tour and going MIA to prepare for her first child at 50.

Earlier this month, there were rumors that Jackson had been put on bed rest. A source told Us Weekly that aside from taking her mother to lunch, Jackson was "where all of her doctors are."

But based on the new images that have come out of Jackson in London, she's on the move and seems to be doing great. The singer was spotted coming out of the baby boutique Back in Action after doing some shopping. She wore a baggy top and bottoms, accented with sneakers on her feet and a scarf around her neck. Jackson also was spotted wearing braids because you know she doesn't have time to be worried about her hair as she readies for her bundle of joy.

Jackson and Al Mana have a home in London, hence their reason for being in town and shopping for baby goods in the city. While at the Back in Action shop, according to Entertainment Tonight, who had the exclusive images of the star coming out of the store, the establishment closed its doors to the public in preparation for Jackson's visit. She went over merchandise with employees and "appeared in good spirits as she left the establishment with a bag of products after her 45-minute visit."

The singer announced she was taking a break from her tour to prepare for pregnancy back in April. She is due to give birth before the end of the year. Check out the mother-to-be hitting the streets in London


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