Singer Janet Jackson and husband Wissam Al Mana welcomed their first child — Eissa Al Mana — after a “ stress-free healthy delivery,” Jackson’s publicist reportedly said. Pop icon Michael Jackson’s youngest sister, 50, married Qatari businessman Al Mana in 2012 and expressed the desire to focus on starting a family soon after.

Jackson’s career earnings include $81 million in music and book publishing, $260 million in album sales, $458 million from touring, along with a few hundred million from other business dealings like box-office receipts of over $300 million, totaling to a whopping $1.2 billion. However, her career income and net worth have a stark difference.

After deducting all the expenses associated with the career earnings, as well as Jackson’s personal expenses, her net worth reportedly stands at an estimated $175 million.

On the other hand, Al Mana, 42, has an estimated net worth of $1 billion. His family business in Qatar include over 50 companies in the Persian Gulf region — ranging from real estate, automotive distribution, engineering and construction, retail, food services and media.

As one of the richest Middle East investors, Jackson’s husband is the director of Al Mana’s fashion portfolio — including Hermes, Sonia Rykiel, Agent Provocateur  — and a shareholder in the Saks Fifth Avenue stores in Dubai, Doha, Bahrain and Kuwait.

Al Mana runs  the Al Mana Family Group with his two older brothers, all handling different responsibilities after their father passed away. In an interview with Entrepreneur, the billionaire said: “My father passed away when I was quite young, and I felt that it was my duty to kind of pick up the flag and to continue the business, and try to continue the legacy and the family name.”

The wealth, however, does not seem to affect the new father as he aspires to be “humble” like his father.