Britney Spears’ Love For Her Nieces On Full Display

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears, the world-famous pop star, is very close to Jamie Lynn Spears, her sister. The two have been sharing a special bond for a long time. The sisters continue to remain super close despite the ongoing drama that engulfs the entire family. The love between them has not been affected. And the 39-year-old Britney Spears passes the same love she has for her sister, to her kids as well.

Britney Spears And Jamie Lynn Spears

Jamie Lynn Spears, the American actress, revealed a few gifts that were sent by her sister to her children. She took the social media platform, Instagram, to do so. The 30-year-old “Zoey 101” artist revealed a box full of toys that were gifted to her two daughters, Maddie Brown, who is 13-years-old and Ivy Joan, who is 3-years-old by their beloved aunt, Britney Spears. Jamie Lynn Spears shared this lovely gesture of the pop-star this Sunday. 

Jamie Lyn added a very special caption to describe the situation in the best way. She stated that it was extremely sweet of her sister to send an entire box of toys to her two wonderful daughters. The toys included several stuffed animals that were in different colors like grey, pink, and white. 

The crossroads artist shares her elder daughter, Maddie, with Casey Aldridge, her ex-husband. And she shares the 3-year-old Ivey Joan with Jamie Watson, her current husband. Jamie Watson, the brother-in-law of Britney Spears, spoke about the support that she has from the family. This incident took place in the month of June. It was during her legal battle with regard to the case of conservatorship. He just completed a total of seven years of marriage with his wife, Jamie Lynn Spears. Since the “Baby One More Time” artist started speaking openly about her conservatorship, the relationship that she has with her sister has gained a spotlight.   

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