Britney Spears’ sons Shunand 16 and Jayden15, broke their silence on why they didn’t show up mom’s wedding to me Sam Asghari in June. The teens the singer shares with her an ex hasband Kevin Federlinecandid about skipping weddings, saying it wasn’t a ‘good time to go’ in an interview with a documentary filmmaker. Daphne Barak For ITV, according to their source excerpt daily Mail. Hollywood Live Britney’s representatives have been reached about the new interview.
“Back then wasn’t a good time to go,” Jayden explained, according to the news source. “I’m not saying I’m not happy for her, I’m really happy for them, but she didn’t let the whole family go and then if it were just me and Preston, I don’t see how this situation would turn out on good terms.”
Unfortunately, the relationship between the “Toxic” artist and her only children is not on “good relations” at the moment. Britney was publicly fighting Kevin after that She criticized her parenting In an interview, Sean and Jayden allegedly decided not to see their mother at the moment. Britney responded on Instagram, writing, “It saddens me to hear that my ex has decided to discuss the relationship between me and my children…As we all know, raising teenage boys is never easy for anyone.”
Kevin also claimed that the provocative selfies of Britney on social media were a big part of the problem, describing it as “difficult” for the boys, especially since they are of high school age. Britney referenced those comments by adding, “I care why it depends on my Instagram. It’s been a long time before Instagram.”
In an interview with Barack, Jayden emphasized the “lack of hatred” between the boys and their mother, but admitted, according to the outlet, that “it will take a lot of time and effort” to mend their shattered relationship. The teen added, “I think 100% this can be fixed. It will take a lot of time and effort. I just want her to get better mentally. When she gets better, I really want to see her again.”
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