Janet Jackson defied the odds by conceiving a baby with her billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana, at age 50. But although most of the Jackson clan – including parents Joe, 87, and Katherine Jackson, 85 – are thrilled that Janet is finally going to become a mother, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that her siblings are more worried than excited!
"A few of Janet's brothers and sisters do not share the same happiness, because they think that Janet is too old to be doing this," a family insider told Radar.
"They just are extremely worried because they do not want to see something happen to her or the baby."
As Radar previously reported, Jackson's pregnancy news came just months after the "Unbreakable" singer underwent a very serious surgery on her throat to remove a tumor.
According to the family insider, "Janet's siblings feel that she should have put her recovery first."
"She got pregnant while she was still getting over her throat issue, and her immune system was still revering from that," the source claimed.
But not to worry. The insider added that Jackson's 41-year-old husband has gotten everything under "Control!"
"Janet is being pampered hardcore right now. Wissam is insisting that she just relax and do nothing else," the source said. "They have already started baby yoga classes together and he is super involved in this whole process."