Janet Jackson appears in Islamic dress

 
Janet Jackson appears in Islamic dress
Singer Janet Jackson was this week spotted in public for the first time since announcing her pregnancy - wearing a full Islamic dress, reports the Mirror.

The star is believed to have become a Muslim after marrying Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Manna, 41, in 2012.

Pictures show the couple looking relaxed and happy as they shopped in London earlier this week.

The pair strolled hand in hand as Janet - who will become a mum for the first time later this year at the age of 50 - stroked her growing bump.

They were spotted browsing for children’s clothes at an upmarket boutique before stopping for lunch at a health food restaurant.

Janet, who has sold over 100 million records, is widely regarded as one of the most successful female solo artists of all time, writes the newspaper.

And now that she has become so religious and "modest," or as many call oppressed, covering her hair so that it will be exclusively for her husband to see, the next concert certainly should be interesting. Will Janet Jackson appear in hijab?

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