The superstar was seen for the first time on Monday in London since the news of her breakup from her husband of five years. Although it is hard to say who exactly is comforting Janet at this time, we can only imagine some of her family members are stepping up to the plate.
The 50-year-old has her time occupied taking care of her son Eissa, who was born in January. In addition to receiving comfort from her little guy, her mother Katherine Jackson is most likely supporting her as well.
The Jackson family matriarch and Janet’s sister Rebbie Jackson flew to London in early February to meet the newest family member. Katherine ended up staying and helping Janet until late March.
As the youngest of her nine siblings, Janet remains close to her older brother Jermaine Jackson, 61, who has been open about his excitement in becoming an uncle.
Janet can also lean on her sister La Toya Jackson, who congratulated her on her “beautiful baby boy.”
Last May, an insider said Janet’s “support system is extremely strong.” The Jackson’s have a huge family and it appears they are by each other’s side through thick and thin.