BRITNEY Spears ex-husband Kevin Ferderline is happy that the singer is now engaged to Sam Asghari.
Britney, 39, and Sam, 27, both announced their engagement in separate Instagram posts on Sunday after almost five years of dating.
The Toxic singer was married to dancer Kevin for three year until 2007 and the pair share two sons, Sean who turns 16 this week and Jayden, 15.
Through his attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, Kevin revealed he was happy for his ex.
“Kevin is very happy for Britney and wishes both she and Sam a happy and full future together,” Mark told ET.
“It would seem to indicate that positive things are going forward for her as she takes more control of her life.”
In their engagement announcement, the Crossroads actress winked at the camera, kissed her fiancé, and covered her mouth in the sweet clip.
Sam’s manager Brandon Cohen shared the engagement news in an additional statement.
Brandon mentioned he was “proud to celebrate and confirm the engagement,” according to People.
“The couple made their long-standing relationship official today and are deeply touched by the support, dedication and love expressed to them.
Brandon concluded that Sam “couldn’t be happier to be involved and make this one-of-a-kind ring.”
Britney’s ring was designed by Forever Diamond of New York jeweler Roman Malayev.
Sam also confirmed the pair would be signing a pre-nuptial agreement.
With a career in the entertainment world spanning decades, Britney’s net worth is approximately $60 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Sam saw a lot of the comments and put everyone’s worries at ease by sharing that that most definitely will be happening.
He wrote on his Instagram: “Thank you everyone who is concerned about the prenup!”
The fitness professional then joked that they’d “of course” have an “iron clad prenup” because he needs to make sure “to protect my jeep and shoe collection incase she dumps me one day.”
Fans anticipated a proposal as Sam was pictured ring shopping at Cartier earlier this month, hinting that he was ready to get down on one knee.
Britney expressed her desire to get married as she gave emotional testimony during a hearing for her conservatorship battle in June.
She pleaded with a judge to end the arrangement and said it was “doing me way more harm than good.”
She told the court she wants to marry her boyfriend and have a baby, but that the conservatorship would not allow it.
She claimed she had to use birth control to prevent her getting pregnant, and couldn’t have her IUD removed by a doctor.
She told the court: “All I want is to own my money and for this to end and for my boyfriend to be able to drive me in his car.”
Britney recently won a major victory in her conservatorship battle so she could get married after years of being banned from doing so.
Her father Jamie officially filed end his time as her conservator after about 13 years of having control over her estate and personal matters.
Jamie asked the judge to terminate the conservatorship without another mental evaluation.
Britney previously said that she did not want to undergo a mental evaluation while testifying in court back in June.
Sources told the outlet that Jamie made the decision to end the conservatorship due to public pressure, as well as the pressure put forth by Britney’s attorney Mathew Rosengart.
Additionally, insiders said the Toxic singer’s view of her father and their relationship has not changed despite the filing.
Britney is believed to still be extremely angry at him over his role in the conservatorship.
The singer’s next court appearance will take place on September 29, where she planned to the issue of termination to be front and center.
It was previously reported that the purpose of the next hearing will be to discuss Jamie’s involvement in the conservatorship.
Jamie, 69, recently filed a petition to end the singer’s conservatorship to Los Angeles Superior Court on.
The paperwork stated that the singer “is entitled to have this Court now seriously consider whether this conservatorship is no longer required.”
Additionally, the filing claimed Britney’s circumstances have changed “to such an extent that grounds for establishment of a conservatorship may no longer exist.”
“As Mr. Spears has said again and again, all he wants is what is best for his daughter,” the document stated.
“If Ms. Spears wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes that she can handle her own life, Mr Spears believes that she should get that chance.”
Judge Brenda Penny, who oversaw the case, will need to approve the move.
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