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Britney Spears’ son Jaden wants her to ‘get better’

  • Britney Spears’ son, Jayden Federline, spoke to ITV about his relationship with his mother.
  • He hopes he will be able to talk to her one day when she is “mentally better”.
  • Jaden also opened up about the “trauma” he and his brother Sean Preston experienced.

Britney Spears’ son Jaden Federline told ITV that his relationship with his mother can be repaired if she “gets better”.

The 15-year-old attended the wedding of Spears, who married husband Sam Asghari in June, alongside brother Sean Preston Federline, according to a Daily Mail article that extracted an ITV interview published Thursday. I also explained why I didn’t.

According to the Daily Mail, Jaden said, “At the time it wasn’t the right time to go. I’m not saying I wasn’t happy with her.” “I’m really happy for them, but she didn’t invite her whole family. If it was just me and Preston, I don’t see how the situation would end on good terms.”

Jaden’s comments come after his father, Kevin Federline, 44, said in an interview with ITV and the Daily Mail in August that his sons “decided they weren’t watching” Spears at this time. rice field.

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Jaden and Britney with their nieces in 2017.

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The teenager told ITV’s Daphne Barack in a new interview that her relationship with her mother could be “100%” and “fixed.”

“It’s going to take a lot of time and effort. I hope she gets better mentally,” he continued.

In an August interview, Kevin said his sons are having trouble coping with Instagram activity that includes their mother’s nude posts.

Jaden echoed this sentiment. “It seems like she has to post something on Instagram to get her attention. This has been going on for years and years and it’s likely that this won’t stop, but I think she I hope it stops,’ he said.

Spears’ nearly 13 years of guardianship finally ended in November. Both after and during her legal battle, the pop star publicly accused her father of abusing her through her guardianship system.

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Sean Federline, Jayden James Federline, Britney Spears and Sam Asghari attend the 2017 basketball game.

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Federlines has had its own public dispute with Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, but court documents show that at one point Jayden and his brother Sean Preston, 16, filed a family lawsuit against their grandfather. I have issued a ban on domestic violence. Jayden told his ITV that he believes Jamie “doesn’t deserve all the hate he’s getting in the media”.

“At first, he was trying to be like a father who would let his daughter pursue her dream of becoming a superstar, but I wondered if the guardianship had been too long,” Jaden said.

He also suggested that part of his reluctance to have a relationship with his mother had to do with how she treated Sean Preston.

“I think Mama has struggled both to give us attention and to show us equal love. I don’t think she has shown Preston enough affection. I’m really sorry about that.” “We’ve been through so much pressure in the past that we’re here now to process all the emotional trauma we’ve been through and to heal our mental states.” is a safe place for

Britney Spears at the MTV Video Music Awards, September 6, 2001.

Britney Spears at the MTV Video Music Awards, September 6, 2001.

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Despite all their struggles in public, Jaden still loves his mother and wants a relationship with her in the future. Maybe we can sit like this and talk again,” he said, speaking directly to his mother.

Spears posted a response to Jaden’s interview in an Instagram post on Thursday. My love for my children has no boundaries,” her statement read in part.

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