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Britney Spears thanks FreeBritney movement, unveils plans about baby

16:25, 17 November 2021
Britney Spears thanks FreeBritney movement, unveils plans about baby Photo: britneyspears/facebook.com

The famous pop singer, who has recently seen herself free of her father’s conservatorship for the first time in 13 years, has said that the #FreeBritney demonstrators saved her life.


Britney Spears has uploaded a video on her Instagram account speaking about her future plans and answering some of the most popular questions.

The singer, whose father has recently been relieved from her conservator duties, said that she was grateful for her freedom after being in a situation she did not want to be in for 13 years. She revealed intentions to become an advocate for people with disabilities and help them in situations like her own.

“I’m a very strong woman so I can only imagine what the system has done to those people. So, hopefully, my story will make an impact and make some changes in the corrupt system.”

Then Britney thanked her supporters and the FreeBritney movement for raising awareness of the problem when she could not speak, highlighting that the public attention helped to finally solve the issue.

“I honestly think that you guys saved my life in a way. 100%.”

She has also hyped her upcoming visit at Oprah’s interview show adding that she might speak about unrevealed private details including relations with mother and what she had to suffer from the family.

In another post, Britney published a photo of a baby standing on its toes near an adult while asking in the caption whether it was a girl.

“I'm thinking about having another baby!!!”

The singer has two teenage boys with her former husband Kevin Federline.

Britney has earlier announced her engagement with Iran-born personal trainer Sam Asghari and the couple is now free to decide the details of their wedding ceremony. She has mentioned that he wanted to have a baby with her fiancée but it was impossible as long as Jamie Spears remained her conservator.

Jamie has retained the position since 2008 after Britney experienced a series of breakdowns and mental health problems. He had initially been in charge of both the personal and financial aspects of his daughter’s life but resigned as her personal conservator in 2019 until judge Brenda Penny put an end to his duties.