Britney Spears has shared a heartbreaking message with her two sons as her family drama continues to grab headlines. Spears’ relationship with her boys Jayden James and Sean Preston has been quite strained lately (Spears’ kids didn’t attend her June wedding to Sam Asghari) as the star feuded with her father, her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
Things really seemed to boil over for the former couple when Federline took to Instagram in August to post private footage of Spears interacting with her boys, which the kids had filmed years earlier. It came about when the former backup dancer began speaking publicly about his children’s mother and her now-ending conservatorship, getting very candid in an interview with ITV News. In it, he claimed her boys didn’t like how much skin Spears likes to show off on her Instagram account and have decided not to spend regular time with her, revealing they hadn’t seen her in months. Spears then hit back via Instagram Stories, writing (via HuffPost), “I am saddened to hear that my ex-husband has decided to discuss the relationship between me and my children. As we all know, raising teenagers isn’t easy for anyone.” She then claimed she had a difficult relationship with her children long before she started posting daring snaps online, adding, “I gave them my all Just one word: HURTFUL…”
Now, Spears is speaking out about her family drama again with a message for her kids.
Britney Spears wants to reconcile with her children
Britney Spears is hoping to rebuild her relationship with her two children, which she revealed on September 1 in a very candid Instagram post to ‘”a mother,” sharing her hopes of one day meeting her boys face-to-face again so they could properly speak out about what’s going on. Spears also claimed in the post that she worked so hard for her kids over the years before taking aim at Kevin Federline, writing, “It’s awful to see your father being a hypocrite and saying the media is terrible but he got you talking about personal matters for them.”
Spears’ touching post appeared to be a response to Federline and her two sons appearing on ITV News. Mail Online shared clips from the session ahead of the Sept. 2 broadcast, revealing that the trio have been open about life with Spears, while Jayden James has expressed hopes of reuniting with his mother – although he did note that there was A while would take a lot of effort to make it good again.
Spears’ post also coincided with Federline and the boys, who sat down with 60 Minutes Australia, with a preview of the September 4 interview in which the former rapper said of his time with the pop superstar: “It was astonishing. Until it wasn’t anymore.”