A lot were surprised when Janet Jackson and her husband of five years Wissam Al Mana called it quits just after three months of welcoming their first child Eissa. And now that they are apart, the 42-year-old business magnate has nothing but sweet words to his now estranged wife.

The executive director of Al Mana Group wrote a very emotional letter for the “Poetic Justice” star posted on his website.

A heartfelt message

Titled “Love,” it is the first thing people will see when they visit Al Mana’s website along with Janet’s picture. "To the most beautiful person in the world, thank you for your divine love, your eternal support and for being my best friend," it read.

"I love you so much, inshallah we will be together in the Great Forever."

Although numerous publications reported that the two are already Split, “BURNITUP” singer’s representative has yet to confirm the news

Janet’s dream child

It has been known that the 50-year-old sister of Michael Jackson has been hoping to be a mom for a long while now. And now that she has Eissa, unfortunately, she and her husband split.

Janet hasn’t had an easy pregnancy, but she had delivered a healthy child and it was even stress-free. A source told E! News that she is naturally suited to be a mother as this is “what she has been waiting her whole life for.”

And for the first time, the newly mother now gave the world a glimpse of his beautiful son.

On her Twitter page, she posted a snap of her kid while she was cradling him freshly awake from a nap.

An impossible co-parenting

However, the moment she became a mother, her desires to have a complete family has been shattered.

As a matter of fact, it is hard to determine when her marriage with Al Mana broke down as she is about to give birth. But, the publication noted that it might have started long before she gave birth in February.

Meanwhile, in spite of their split, the ex-couple is still eyeing to raise their son together. The experts told People that their cultural differences might have an effect on their plan.

One religious specialist even said that it is “not really possible” for the two to co-parent their child as a Jehovah’s Witness and a Muslim.

“The children issue is always the biggest issue,” a theology professor at Illinois’ Benedictine University Dr. Rita George-Tvrtkovic said. She also added that it would be far easier for Janet and Al Mana to raise Eissa under only one religion.

This might be the reason why the “Rhythm Nation” hitmaker has been adjusting to the Qatari business magnate’s culture. The source revealed that she has been adjusting to his traditions for years, but it has been a big challenge for her.