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Janet Jackson has kept a super low profile since she announced that she was delaying her world tour because she and husband Wissam Al Mana were hoping to start a family.

But there’s a reason why a now expectant Ms. Jackson has been missing from the public eye since her announcement. According to reports, she’s been at home on bed rest following doctor’s orders after she allegedly packed on over 100 pounds during her pregnancy.

A source revealed that the legendary star has gone up to 250 lbs, saying, “This pregnancy is doing a number on her. She didn’t want anyone to see that she was already getting huge [when she was photographed in July].”  

Being an expectant mom at 50 years old can take a major toll on the body, but the pop star has been handling it with grace. We wish Janet and Wissam a happy and healthy baby.

SOURCE: Ok Magazine | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

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