It has been an emotional year for the iconic singer, Britney Spears. After facing a long battle to achieve her freedom, the pop princess is washing off the negativity with her jolly spirit.
Christmas is still two months, but the “Toxic” singer has her living room prepped for the holiday with a gorgeously decorated tree, as shown on her Instagram.
An Early Christmas
On Friday, October 15, Spears announced in the lengthy caption of the Christmas tree post that she would commemorate the annual event earlier than others to “find more joy” during her ongoing crisis.
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The 39-year-old explained that the ongoing legal battle to terminate her conservatorship was a situation she had wished to be free from for years.
Despite repeatedly assuring the Grammy-winning artist that her freedom would be returned once she accomplished specific goals. The mother-of-two remained imprisoned against her will.
The “Criminal” crooner’s message got emotional as she expressed disgust towards the system for failing her the past 13 years. The pop star’s family were not excluded from the singer’s wrath as she wrote,
“Lord have mercy on my family’s souls if I ever do an interview!!!”
The icon concluded that she would be staying away from “the business” for the time being and focusing on doing things differently, such as having an early Christmas.
Britney has been in a battle to obtain her freedom from her father, Jamie Spears. As reported by PEOPLE, the “Crossroads” actress made headway in the case on September 29.
The singer’s father was officially suspended as the 13-year conservator of her estate. In his place, the accountant John Zabel was appointed as the temporary successor until the year-end.
A source revealed to the news outlet that the mother-of-two believed her life would improve significantly without her father’s interference.
However, the source also stated it would be difficult for Britney to become the boss of her life after “years of restrictions” and Jamie making every decision for her since 2008.
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How It Affects Her Children
The dissolution of the conservatorship will ultimately change the “Circus” singer’s life. However, some things, such as the custody arrangement for Britney’s sons, are unaffected.
This month, The Blast reported that the outcome of the conservatorship battle would not impact the icon’s right to see her boys, Sean Preston and Jayden James.
According to the pop star’s ex-husband attorney, Mark Kaplan, Jamie’s removal would promote the mother’s connection with her children.
The 39-year-old songstress has previously held her father responsible for straining her relationship with her sons, especially after his fight with Sean in 2019.
Kaplan also stated that Kevin Federline, Britney’s ex-husband, supported the complete removal of the conservatorship as long as their children are “properly supervised and safe.”