Britney Spears is no stranger to wearing many hats, and now she’s revealing some of her favorites after a trip to the Bahamas.
“Today’s my last day here in Turks and Caicos,” the star revealed during her video on Monday.
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In honor of leaving paradise, Spears said, “These are the beautiful purchases that I got to remember this beautiful, beautiful place.”
The keepsakes she revealed were a beach hat, some nail polish, a necklace and a baseball cap from the luxury Amanyara resort in T&C.
Britney has been sharing tons of moments from her tropical vacation since heading to the Bahamas last week with her mother, Lynne Spears.
On Sunday she went snorkeling and admitted to fans she was worried about running into a hungry shark.
Luckily, she had no run-ins with any hungry predators and was able to enjoy frolicking on the beach.
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While laying in the sand while the water gently lapped on her bikini-clad body, Britney told fans, “This is my kind of place.”
The break was well deserved after Britney has spent weeks dealing drama among her family, her conservators and her fans.
Speaking of hats, Britney definitely has an affinity for headwear, as they’re something she has regularly accessorized with over the years.
Like In 2003 when Britney donned her fedora-styled wide brim date for an MTV bash in Hollywood, CA.
In November 2003, Brit-brit was backstage at the Glamour “”Women of the Year” Awards at the American Museum of Natural History
Ya’ll remember “Crossroads?” Well, in 2002 Britney wore her leather hat to walk the red carpet at the premiere in Australia.
Britney loves denim (remember the JT and Britney MTV outfit?!) But in September 2002, Britney toned down the denim overload by wearing a simply stated denim hat.
“Good Morning America” got to see this top hat in 2008 during her performance.
Another “Crossroads” premiere, another hat. This time, a pink-leather number for her silver screen debut.
Brit wore this number to an after party for “The Four Feathers” film at the Mann Village Theatre and Armand Hammer Museum in Westwood, in 2003