Britney Spears made it crystal clear that she wants out of her binding conservatorship so that she could get married and have a baby — if she so wishes — among other necessary freedoms, and it looks like her dreams may be coming true sooner rather than later.
In the comment section, her 27-year-old man replied, “Dadgari 😂.”
As OK! previously reported, last month, the “Circus” singer revealed in an emotional 24-minute testimony that — as part of her 13-year conservatorship — she has been forced to keep an IUD in place prohibiting her from having more children. The Crossroads actress has also been denied the right to remarry. (She and ex-husband Kevin Federline share Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14.)
But as matters concerning the conservatorship continue to unravel — her longtime manager, Larry Rudolph, recently quit; her lawyer Sam Ingham resigned from the conservatorship and Bessemer Trust recently pulled the plug from managing her estate — Spears may be on track to expand her brood after all.
According to an OK! source, the pop princess has yearned to marry Asghari for years. “This has been her heart’s desire for a long time,” the insider reveals. “Britney’s said her piece. Now she’s eager to move on and begin a new life with Sam — and have a baby.”
The source adds, “She thinks Sam will be a wonderful husband because he’s already a very loving and caring boyfriend, and she knows he’ll be a great dad.”
Following her latest cryptic post, fans of the singer are speculating that the idea of Spears having more children may not be far off. “WHATRE YOU TRYING TO TELL US BRITNEYYYYYY,” one user responded on her Instagram, while many other posted the #FreeBritney hashtag.
As OK! previously reported, following Britney’s impassioned courtroom speech on June 23 lobbying for her freedom, she “feels so relieved, like a huge weight has been lifted off her shoulders.”
The pop star, who spoke via phone at the court hearing, detailed the “abusive” reality of the conservatorship that her dad, Jamie Spears, enacted in 2008 and begged the judge, “I just want my life back.”