Britney Spears feels like making “homemade bread” – complete with a little breadloaf emoji. The 38-year-old pop princess updated her Instagram on Thursday with a whimsical backyard photo showing her hand holding a daisy. Britney, currently fronting media outlets for having her 2008-commenced conservatorship extended to 2021, made no mention of her legal issues. Instead, she talked tattoo regrets and how the pandemic is making her see the world.
Britney, followed by 26 million on Instagram, opened by addressing her “freaking black ink triangle” tattoo. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photo. It showed the “Toxic” singer’s hand clasping a daisy amid a backyard setting, with Britney then taking to her caption to mention the triangle hand tattoo that forms one of many for the singer – she’s also inked with a wrist dice and lower-back fairy.
“It’s the little things ??? … and I have no idea what I was thinking when I got a freaking black ink triangle on my right hand ????♀️?!!!!!”
Talk then turned to what the pandemic has left Spears feeling like.
Spears continued: “During this time of quarantine I really feel like making homemade bread ? … hanging my clothes outside to dry …. not being on my phone so much … spending more time meditating and praying …. and really finding my inner grace !!!”
Also mentioned were going “back to the old traditions” and understanding “life has way more meaning.” Britney then dropped her signature rose emoji finish, offering three as she wrote: “GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!”
Headlines have been anything but rosy for the star this week, though.
Britney’s August 19 court date saw her conservatorship revisited. It’s now been over 12 years that dad Jamie Spears has controlled his daughter’s finances and many other aspects of her life. #FreeBritney protests have seen the movement backing Spears trending on Twitter this summer. Likewise a headline-maker has been Jamie Spears calling the #FreeBritney movement a “joke and a conspiracy theory.”
The outcome of Britney’s court hearing is that her situation remains unchanged, despite her documented plea to break free from her 68-year-old father’s grip. She’s stated wanting to have Jodi Montgomery, her care manager, to replace her dad.
Britney has sparked major concerns this summer as her social media followers continue to question the repetitive nature of her Instagram posts. Kicking off often shot against a red wall in 2020, Britney has shifted to a white or yellow wall backdrop, plus her backyard. Despite telling fans that she’s being “authentic” and time-stamping photos for evidence of her well-being, the singer has largely failed to convince her followers of her safety.
Britney has also been backed by celebrities amid her legal troubles. Stars including “Modern Family” face Ariel Winter and “Orange Is The New Black” actress Ruby Rose are supporting #FreeBritney.