Janet Jackson And Wissam Al Mana Are Learning How To Co-Parent - Here's How

Janet Jackson And Wissam Al Mana Are Learning How To Co-Parent - Here's How
Source: Sun.co.uk

As most of you already know, Janet Jackson and her husband Wissam Al Mana split at the beginning of April. Janet broke up with her third husband, who happens to be a billionaire, just a few months after she gave birth to their child Eissa.

Al Mana owns Al Mana Luxury Company which represents fashion juggernauts Armani Exchange.

After their break up, the Qatari businessman shared some sweet words on his website about his ex, referring to her as the "most beautiful person in the world."

It's important for a family to work together to create a hospitable environment to raise a child. Drama is never good around an infant.

An insider revealed to People Magazine, "Janet really trusts Wissam, and he trusts her. She and Wissam are working together to co-parent. They have a strong friendship. There is no fighting between them."

The new parents have been spotted in the public's eye recently hanging out together with their 3-month old son, Eissa.

The source continued, "they are very disciplined, and the baby is already on a strict schedule."

Apparently, there's no animosity between the co-parents when it comes to raising the child and keeping the family together for the sake of the household.

According to reports, the Jackson family is still fond of Wissam despite their breakup.

At the moment, Jackson plans to stay in London where the couple has lived for the last few years.

The source explained Janet intends to be in London while the baby is in its infancy.

The former pop singer would eventually come back to the United States to be intermittently around her ex-husband. The insider said, "she is just so happy to have her baby."

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  • anna
    anna Apr 26, 2017 10:39 PM PDT

    You are right Ms. Glow.

  • Tony
    Tony Apr 26, 2017 10:34 PM PDT

    It seems to be a common thing for many Hollywood female stars, the minute they get their kids they wanna split from the hubby because now they found something to love and own so they selfishly diss the man instead of thinking of the future when kids are grown and gone then they become lonely and overbearing mother in laws to their kids.

  • Doris
    Doris Apr 26, 2017 9:22 PM PDT

    Grow up both of you!

  • Scott
    Scott Apr 26, 2017 8:38 PM PDT

    They are both good people. No judgement. They have the best intentions for their son.

  • MsGlow
    MsGlow Apr 26, 2017 6:33 PM PDT

    If they love and respect each other why are they separated as a family. Cultural difference she knew that before getting married who's zooming who?

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