Britney Spears breaks silence on visit from her mom Lynne after years-long feud – Stars Obituary
Britney Spears’ mother, Lynne Spears, broke her silence Wednesday after paying a long-awaited visit to the singer’s home.
On Thursday, the “Give Me More” hit singer addressed her estranged mother’s visit on Instagram, saying the couple spoke up and were “able to try and make things right.”
“My lovely mum showed up at my door yesterday after 3 years…it’s been a long time,” Britney wrote alongside a throwback photo of her as a child.
“With family, there are always things that need to be sorted out…but time heals all wounds!!! I feel so blessed to be able to communicate something that I’ve been holding on to for a long time, and we’re able to work on getting things right! !! I love you so much 💕!!!”
“Psss…I’m so lucky we can have coffee together after 14 years!!! Then we go shopping!!!” added the mom of two.
Page Six reported that the party lasted only about 30 minutes and was attended by the “Toxic” singer’s husband, Sam Asghari.
A source confirmed to us that the Grammy winner wasn’t caught off guard by her mom’s visit, as the two have been “texting more often” lately.
After a long period of silence, Britney, 41, finally extended a public olive branch to Lynn, 68, in late 2022.
“After 15 years of not having coffee…Mommy, we can go get coffee together now!!! I’m treated as an equal…Let’s talk over coffee!!!” she wrote on Instagram in December.
The singer’s mum took to Instagram to apologize for all the pain Britney has endured during her 13-year custody period, just two months after social media lashed out at Lynne.
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“I love you so much and miss you so much!” she added at the time. “Britney, deep down, you know how much I love and miss you! I apologize for anything that hurt you!”
The singer then slammed Lynn on her social media, telling her to “fuck it”.
Lynne, for her part, insists that she always tries to “do the best she can” on Britney.
In November 2021, Britney was finally freed from the “abusive” supervision imposed by her father Jamie Spears in 2008.