Britney Spears has a lot to look forward to!
After her father, Jamie Spears, was suspended from her conservatorship, an insider close to Spears' fiancé Sam Asghari told E! News that the 39-year-old is excited about being able to make her own choices again.
"Britney is very excited to embrace her full freedom," the insider spilled. "She wants a new life with Sam and wants to make many changes. She is excited to move on and close that chapter of her life. Britney and Sam both want to live closer to the city and have discussed buying a new house."
"Britney wants new energy," the insider explained. "She is excited to be around more people and be able to be out and about as she pleases. It's very liberating and exciting to her. This is the happiest she has been in a very long time, and she is soaking it all in."
According to the insider, the couple is enjoying their engagement and hope to keep traveling together. "Britney feels she has more exciting options and opportunities, and her life is turning around for the better," the source added.
As for the "Lucky" singer's career, the insider said that she "hasn't expressed any interest" in performing again and is "not ready to return to the stage."
This comes after an OK! insider revealed that the Crossroads alum is "relieved this nightmare is almost over," noting, "She feels her voice is finally being heard."
As previously reported by OK!, a rep for Spears denied that she and Asghari have plans for a tell-all, but the OK! insider said that she wants to talk about the "the hell she’s been through, especially how the restrictions affected her relationship with Sam."
The couple is said to be "annoyed" by the recent documentaries about the conservatorship and the pop icon wants to do "a sit-down with Sam right by her side." "Sam’s witnessed so much of what Britney’s gone through," the source explained, "so she wants him to be a part of it."
According to the insider, the blonde beauty is also keen to thank her fans for their support. "She was blown away by the #FreeBritney movement," the source said.
After Jamie was suspended, accountant John Zabel was appointed as temporary conservator of her estate. During the hearing, her attorney Mathew Rosengart told the court that the "conservatorship can and should be wound up and terminated promptly — ideally this fall."
After the ruling, Jamie's attorney Vivian Thoreen released a statement and said that "the court was wrong to suspend Mr. Spears, put a stranger in his place to manage Britney’s estate, and extend the very conservatorship that Britney begged the court to terminate earlier this summer."