Britney Spears left her Instagram followers wowed with an energetic dance clip that flaunted her physique in a high-neck pink crop top and skimpy bikini bottoms. The video comes as she has reportedly been apart from her sons for a year, with news of her ex-Kevin Federline relocating to Hawaii with the children.
For the dancing clip, Britney worked up the sweat while showing off her abs, legs, and midriff.
She teamed the look with black boots and wore her blonde hair in loose waves, which flowed over her shoulders. Britney turned the comments off under the clip so that fans couldn’t make remarks about her dancing. According to TMZ’s upcoming doc, the pop star has gone ‘well over a year’ without seeing her two sons Jayden and Preston.
Producer Katie Hayes alleged that Britney’s communication as well as the relationship with her children began to dwindle ‘by the end of the summer .’
‘Tensions got so bad that the boys weren’t even responding to her texts,’ Hayes claimed in TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom. Another source told Page Six that their last visit to see their mom was ahead of her wedding to Sam Asghari on June 9, 2022, and that neither was in attendance at the ceremony or reception.
For another look in her new video, Britney opted for this red bikini and hat.
DailyMail reported Federline is planning on a big move to Hawaii with the children. It’s said that he has urged his lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan to send a letter to Britney’s lawyer Mathew Rosengart asking if she would be happy for her sons to be permanently based in Hawaii. An insider told the outlet the reason behind the relocation is as Victoria has a job offer, and Kevin is able to get work as a DJ.
Just last week, Britney shared an oblique remark about relationships on her Instagram. The pop superstar reposted a text that read, ‘In every relationship there’s the person who falls asleep instantly and the other person who lies awake wondering how that’s even possible.’ The post was credited to the blog Thoughts from Aisle 4, written by Marlene Kern Fischer.