“According to a recent report, Britney Spears’ sons have reportedly not reconciled with their mother, despite previous statements suggesting otherwise.”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

Jayden James and Sean Preston, Britney Spears’ sons, reportedly have not reconciled with their mother, despite recent headlines suggesting otherwise. Sources close to the 42-year-old singer have refuted media reports claiming a reconciliation between the “Womanizer” singer and her children. According to TMZ, Spears spoke to her sons, aged 18 and 17, only on Mother’s Day, and they haven’t been together in person for nearly three years since they moved to Hawaii with their father, Kevin Federline, as noted by E! News. One insider mentioned that while the boys haven’t dismissed the possibility of reconciliation in the future, years of troubled behavior and challenging circumstances aren’t easily overcome. “There’s no sign of improvement,” the source emphasized.

“The boys saw their mom doing well, which has sparked a desire to communicate with her,” the lawyer stated. “There has been some phone communication between Britney and her sons, which we view as a positive step forward.”

This statement comes in response to recent claims. The Daily Mail reported insights from a well-connected family source suggesting that Spears and her teenage sons are now “fully back on track.” According to the insider, they have been in regular contact for months and have allegedly met up in California as well.

“The boys have a deep love for their mother, and she feels the same way about them,” the insider emphasized. “They are fully reconciled and are looking forward to their future together.”

The source continued, stating that Spears has traveled to Hawaii to see her sons, and they have visited her at her home to spend time together.

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline married in 2004 and welcomed their sons in 2005 and 2006, respectively. They finalized their divorce in 2007.

In November 2021, a judge terminated Britney’s conservatorship, which had been under her father Jamie Spears’ control for nearly 14 years.