Britney Spears’ sons Sean and Jayden SUPPORT her plan to have baby post conservatorship
Spears was reportedly forced to get an IUD in order to prevent pregnancy during her conservatorship under her father
Britney Spears is looking forward to expanding her family and her sons Sean Preston and Jayden James are ‘supportive’ of the prospect of having a new sibling, an insider has revealed.
Speaking to HollywoodLife, a source stated that Preston, 16, and James, 15, had no problem becoming big brothers. This comes after a judge terminated the 39-year-old Princess of Pop's conservatorship in a Los Angeles court on Friday, November 12. The controversial arrangement was said to dictate each and every aspect of the troubled star's personal and professional life, including whether she could have more children. According to the insider, Spears now wants to have another child with fiancé Sam Asghari and her firstborns are fully supportive of her wishes.
“One of Britney’s first priorities is to have another child,” the source said. “This has always been a dream of hers. She feels like so much of her childhood and growing up with her kids was stolen from her that she wants a second chance. This is her second chance with Sam.” The insider added that her sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline are “completely on board” and “supportive” of their embattled mother's plan.
“They’d love to have a little brother or little sister,” the source continued. “She talks to the boys about the next steps of her new life.” The 'Toxic' hitmaker revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday, November 16, that she was “thinking about having another baby,” adding “I wonder if this one is a girl," referring to a stock photo of a baby's feet.
“Getting her IUD out is her first step to getting her body back. It represents a lot," the insider told HollywoodLife. "It means she doesn’t only control her bank account, but her body."
In June, Spears told the court that she was forced to get an IUD in order to prevent pregnancy, and the high-profile nature of the case sparked a new discussion about reproductive and disability rights. “I want to be able to get married and have a baby,” she said at her first court appearance. “I was told right now in the conservatorship, I’m not able to get married or have a baby. I have an (IUD) inside of myself right now so I don’t get pregnant. I wanted to take the (IUD) out so I could start trying to have another baby, but this so-called team won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out because they don’t want me to have any more children.”
The 'Gimme More' hitmaker addressed #FreeBritney supporters in an Instagram video on November 16 following the conservatorship's termination after 13 years. “You guys saved my life," she told her supporters as she expressed gratitude. She acknowledged that she's a "strong woman" but could "only imagine what the [conservatorship] system has done” to others.
“Hopefully my story will make an impact and make some changes in the corrupt system,” she added. “My voice was muted and threatened for so long, and I wasn’t able to speak up or say anything, and because of you — I honestly think you guys saved my life in a way, 100 percent.”