Britney Spears attended the Van Gogh exhibition with her grown-up sons

Britney Spears and her sons had a great time at the Van Gogh exhibition in Los Angeles.

The singer shared snaps on her Instagram account. In the photo, Britney posed in the company of 15-year-old Jayden and 16-year-old Sean.

Britney Spears and her sons
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Britney Spears and her sons
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Spears wrote about the exhibition that it was “it was so freaking cool”.

In the caption to the post, it was clear that the star’s greatest joy was the opportunity to spend time with her sons.
“I went with the people who would love me anyways no matter how silly I acted when I opened my mouth”

@britneyspears: “My children and I went to to the amazing @vangoghla … it was so freaking cool … I obviously don’t get out much so I was pretty excited!!! I went with the people who would love me anyways no matter how silly I acted when I opened my mouth !!! The end of the video is me and a friend playing and dancing to the music … don’t worry it was VIP so nobody else was there … we got to really play !!! Thank you #VanGoghLA for my backpack and the cool cupcakes !!!”

Britney’s conservatorship case is coming to an end after Jamie Spears was removed from the duties of a guardian, the lawyer of Britney’s ex-husband Kevin Federline said that children should be able to communicate with their mother now as her life is gradually improving. Britney hopes that after all the hearings she will be able to spend more time with her sons.

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In September, Spears sons turned 15 and 16 years old. Later, she shared photos from the family archive, in which the brothers were captured at a very young age.

@britneyspears: “So bittersweet to see them get older … why can’t they just stay babies forever??? They will always be MINE !!!!! “

Britney Spears and her sons
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Britney Spears and her sons
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