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EXCLUSIVE: Janet Jackson Receives Over 100 Roses and Orchids From Estranged Husband on Her 51st Birthday

by Jackie Willis 11:34 AM PDT, May 16, 2017
Playing EXCLUSIVE: Janet Jackson Receives Over 100 Roses and Orchids From Estranged Husband on Her 51st Birthday

Janet Jackson might be separated from husband Wissam Al Mana, but he did not forget about her birthday.

The singer turned 51 on Tuesday, and a source close to the Jackson family tells ET that Al Mana sent his estranged wife a mix over 100 roses and orchids in celebration of her special day.

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"Janet and her husband are separated, but have a mutual love and admiration for each other," the source notes. "There doesn’t seem to be a reconciliation in the future, but never say never."

In January, Jackson welcomed her first child, son Eissa, with Al Mana, and the source says the "Again" artist "couldn’t ask for a better gift than her precious baby boy."

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The source adds that "birthdays are important milestones" in Jackson's family, especially when her brother Michael was alive. "Michael made it a point to give elaborate gifts and enjoy parties," the source recalls, adding that the King of Pop passed down this tradition to his children. "Paris and Prince always had big birthdays because Michael grew up always wanting parties."

As for Jackson's upcoming tour, the source insists that her fans should "expect nothing but perfection."

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This update comes a few weeks after a source told ET that Jackson is preparing for "her greatest tour ever" and "will begin rigorously dieting."

"She'll be coming out full force and unrestricted," the source said. "Janet will begin rigorously dieting. She wants to look her best for herself and her fans."

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