The Baby One More Time hitmaker, 41, who recently agreed to let her two sons move to Hawaii with ex-husband, Kevin Federline, could be seen strolling through a parking lot while holding her eldest son in her arms.
The songstress had worn a long-sleeved, ruffled blue blouse along with a pair of dark gray denim shorts in the throwback snap.
In the caption of the star’s latest post, she simply penned to her 42.1 million fans and followers two pink rose emojis.
The photo comes shortly after Britney gave her consent to allow her sons Sean, 17, and Jayden, 16, to move to the Aloha state with their father, Federline, who has sole custody of the boys.
Throwback time: Britney Spears, 41, uploaded a sweet throwback photo of her son, Sean, in a new Instagram post shared on Saturday; seen with her son Sean (right) and Jayden (left) in 2013
Kevin will also leave sunny California with his current wife, Victoria Prince. In the past, Spears and the former backup dancer had been married from 2004 until their divorce was finalized in 2007.
A source exclusively told DailyMail.com the pop icon has ‘always been a loving and supportive mother’ and has never opposed the plan for her sons to relocate -despite Federline threatening court action over an alleged failure of response from Spears on the relocation request.
The source said, ‘Britney loves her children, has always supported them, and wants them to be happy.’
‘Putting aside that she is an icon, loved and respected by millions throughout the world, she has been a loving and supportive mother, faithfully supporting her children.’
The source also slammed Federline for creating a ‘false dispute’ when Spears has never interfered with his plan to move their children to Hawaii.
This comes after Federline gave ex Spears a deadline to approve his plan to move their sons to Hawaii-or threatened to go to court to get a judge to sanction the move.
Federline’s lawyer, Mark Vincent Kaplan, told TMZ he had asked Spears’ lawyer, Mathew Rosengart ‘several times’ to send a letter or email stating the popstar is ‘okay with the move’ but he has not received anything.
Kaplan said Federline plans to move August 1 and has to sort accommodation while his wife has a job offer at a local university but has yet to accept.
Preparing for a move: The photo comes shortly after Britney gave her consent to allow her sons Sean, 17, and Jayden, 16, to move to the Aloha state with their father, Federline, who has sole custody of the boys
Giving her consent: A source exclusively told DailyMail.com the pop icon has ‘always been a loving and supportive mother’ and has never opposed the plan for her sons to relocate
Kaplan added ‘there should be no issue’ with the two boys, saying Federline has 100% legal custody and 100% de facto physical custody, and claims Spears has not seen her sons in ‘more than a year.’
Kaplan also said he had given Rosengart a deadline of Friday to respond – after which he will file legal documents asking for a move-away order.
The move could not be sanctioned without either a formal waiver from the star or a court order. DailyMail.com contacted Federline and Spears’ lawyers for comment at the time.
While making plans to leave Los Angeles, Kevin and his wife, Victoria, have been sued by a private Christian school located in California due to owing over $15,000 in tuition and unpaid fees for their two daughters-Jordan and Peyton, reported Page Six.
The college preparatory institution officially filed a civil lawsuit against the couple last month in May, claiming that the two ‘have an outstanding balance of $15,593 for their daughters Jordan and Peyton’s schooling.’
In court documents obtained by the publication, both Kevin and Victoria breached a contract signed on August 1, 2018 ‘by failing to pay for services which had been provided on credit at their special instance and request.’
The school also claims it previously demanded payment but that Federline and Prince allegedly ‘failed and refused’ to pay and still ‘fail and refuse to pay all or any part of the remaining balance due.’
Big supporter: The source said, ‘Britney loves her children, has always supported them, and wants them to be happy’
‘All is good’: Britney and Sam will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary on June 9, with a source telling DailyMail.com that ‘All is good’ with their marriage
The school is also asking for 10 per cent interest per annum from May 26, 2019 and attorney fees, in addition to the $15,593.
Britney’s recent Instagram post also comes after reports that she has been facing marital issues with husband, Sam Asghari. The couple will celebrate their one-year wedding anniversary later this month on June 9.
Despite the two allegedly facing problems in their marriage, a source informed DailyMail.com that all was well.
‘All is good,’ the insider expressed. ‘Sam is working on a project and she is on a vacation with [manager] Cade [Hudson].’ The two recently were seen enjoying a relaxing hike in a post uploaded by the actor last month in May.