In a lengthy social media post, Britney Spears paid tribute to her sons, Jayden and Sean Federline, after they both celebrated their birthdays last week. The star shared some traits that the boys have.
Britney Spears, 39, might be battling her conservatorship against her father, Jamie Spears, but she recently had something to be grateful for – her two sons with Kevin Federline.
On Tuesday, the singer took to her Instagram account to share a special message to the two boys in honor of their respective birthdays that they celebrated last week.
With Federline, Spears had Jayden James and Sean Preston. The former celebrated his fifteenth birthday on September 12, 2021, while the latter turned 16 a few days later, on September 14.
The pop singer paid tribute to them with a quote that read: "There is nothing stronger than the love between a mother and a son." The singer explained how grown her teenage boys were becoming.
She confessed in her lengthy post that they, unfortunately, want to do their own things now and couldn't even post them on social media without their permission because they were independent boys.
Spears revealed how they had a small party with ice cream cakes to celebrate the pair. The star couldn't help but be in awe of how tall the duo had become and seemed to be growing very fast.
The "Slave" vocalist confessed the teenagers went to a dance last week, leaving her in tears for two days after seeing them in suits. She explained she shared the quote because she believed in it.
Even though she wanted to share many things with her fans about her children, she said she couldn't because they were both "very private." She admitted she loved that about them and noted how talented they were.
This wasn't the first time she addressed her sons' love for privacy. In March 2021, she posted a rare image of herself with her boys. She explained she didn't share much about them to allow them autonomy.
The current post came after Spears reactivated her Instagram account after deactivating it a few days ago. The change happened soon after she and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, announced their engagement on September 12.
The Grammy-winning artist explained at the time that the deactivation was for her to take a break from social media as she celebrated the massive milestone.
Spears is set to star in a Netflix documentary about her longtime struggle with her conservatorship. A trailer for "Britney Vs. Spears" was expected to air on September 22, with the premiere set for September 28.