Janet Jackson Loves Baby Talk and Changing Diapers, Says Tito: Motherhood ‘Makes Her Feel Complete’

Forget being nasty — new mom Janet Jackson usually wants to play good (and have a prolonged cuddle) with her baby boy.

“She’s doing all a baby speak to a baby and personification with him constantly — all that stuff,” hermit Tito Jackson, who spoke with PEOPLE during a launch of his initial solo manuscript Tito Time during London’s Dstrkt nightclub, says of his sister’s attribute with 8-month-old Eissa.

“She changes all a diapers — she does it all. She’s a genuine mother. She loves it. we asked her, ‘How are we removing along with this?’ and she said, ‘Tito, we adore it.’ She usually loves her baby,” adds a comparison Jackson sibling, 63. “She’s good during being a mother. It’s unequivocally great. we theory it arrange of creates her feel complete.”

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Janet, 51, gave birth to Eissa on Jan. 3. Three months later, she split from her husband — Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana — before diving into summer rehearsals for her 56-city State of a World tour, kicking off Sept. 7 during a Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Just about a usually stumbling baby retard has come from vast hermit Tito himself, who found a steer of his youngest kin holding a baby as something of a startle to a system.

“It was unequivocally opposite for me to see her as a mother,” he tells PEOPLE with a vast smile. “It’s her initial baby and she has always been a baby in a family, so that was a small bizarre in itself!”

My baby and me after snooze time.

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Tito Time facilities a mix of soul, pop, RB, nation and reggae, and has been some-more than 10 years in a making. The initial recording was put on reason following a genocide of Tito’s luminary hermit Michael on Jun. 25, 2009.

“Michael had listened a integrate of my songs and he told my writer that he unequivocally favourite them and that we should finish [the album],” Tito reveals. “He upheld divided shortly after that and we didn’t work on this song for 3 or 4 years.”

According to Tito, a family recently respected his late brother’s Aug. 29 birthday by entertainment together during a Jacksons’ Hayvenhurst palace and personification some of a Thriller musician’s biggest hits.

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Paris Jackson also posted a deeply relocating Instagram tribute to her father on a same day, describing him as “the adore of my life.”

“I will never feel adore again a approach we did with you,” combined Paris, 19, who was usually 11 years aged when her father died. “You are always with me and we am always with you.”

“She’s doing well,” says Tito of his niece, who recently done a powerful anti-Nazi speech during a 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. “She has grown into a excellent immature lady and we’re all really unapproachable of her. She is doing some beautiful, positive things with her life as well, that is great. we wish she usually continues to do so.”

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Paris’ younger hermit Prince Michael Jackson II – differently famous as Blanket – is also “doing well,” says their uncle.

“He’s still a kid. He’s usually 15 and he’s enjoying life,” Tito explains. “He’s holding Taekwondo and he’s carrying lots of fun, usually personification video games and unresolved out with his younger cousins and stuff. He’s enjoying himself.”

Tito Time is now accessible on iTunes, Amazon and other digital song platforms.