UPDATE: After this morning's session, a representative for the court announced that there had been no change in visitation. However, as lawyer's for both sides head back into court, it's unclear if the issue is completely off the table for the day.
Sources close to the Britney Spears custody case are confirming to OK! that the singer's ex-husband Kevin Federline might not fight her request to regain some visitation privileges to her two boys — provided that her father is present.
As OK! had previously reported, sources were saying that K-Fed and his legal team were considering the idea of allowing Britney to have some personal time with Sean Preston, 2, and 1-year-old Jayden James and it looks like that time might come sooner rather than later, so long as the visitation is supervised by the boys' grandfather, Jamie Spears, who has shown remarkable conviction in keeping his previously unpredictable daughter in-line since being named her conservator almost three weeks ago.
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Right now, Britney's father, their lawyers and K-Fed's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan are behind closed doors in the courtroom. A press conference is expected later this afternoon.
Stay tuned to OK! as this story continues to develop.