This year has been one of the best of at least the last decade of Britney Spears, after an intense court battle, where she managed to reverse the legal guardianship that fell on her figure and with her return to have control of her life. One of the first statements we had heard from her own voice was the desire to become a mother again, which was prevented since her father forced her to use an IUD (Intrauterine Device), to avoid the conception of a new pregnancy. Now, after a vacation with her husband, Sam Asghari, the singer turned to her social networks to tell the happy news. I lost a lot of weight to go on my trip to Maui and I got it back… I thought, “Gee… what happened to my stomach?” she began by saying, then broke the news: “I took a pregnancy test… and uhhhhh good… I’m going to have a baby,” she announced after recounting that it was her husband who made her notice her condition: “My husband said, “No, you’re pregnant with silly food,” she wrote alongside several funny emojis. However, following the happy announcement, the interpreter reflected on how her previous pregnancies were and released a firm clarification.” Obviously I won’t go out as much because the paparazzi get their money with a picture of me as unfortunately they already have,” he said. And she went on to touch on a difficult topic: “When I was pregnant I had perinatal depression… I have to say it’s absolutely horrible… women weren’t talking about it back then… some people considered it dangerous if a woman complained like this with a baby inside her… but now women talk every day… thanks to Jesus that we don’t have to keep that pain a secret,” he said.
To close he revealed that this time he will do things differently and use Yoga as a means of channeling and carrying a happy pregnancy.” This time I will do yoga every day!!! Spreading a lot of joy and love,” he concluded in his announcement.
Recall that Britney is already the mother of two boys from her previous marriage to dancer Kevin Federline, Sean (16 years old) and Jayden (15 years old).