Britney Spears’ Mother Responds To Her Daughter’s Wedding After Not Receiving An Invitation

Although not receiving an invitation, Britney Spears’ estranged mother wished her daughter well on her marriage to Sam Asghari.

“You appear to be glowing and giddy!” Lynne Spears reacted to Britney’s Instagram post from Friday, which included four photographs from the wedding ceremony at the bride’s house in Thousand Oaks, California.

“Your wedding is the wedding of a ‘Dream’! It’s even more emotional and special because it’s in your home!” Lynne went on to say that “I’m ecstatic for you!” “I’m smitten!”

Following their fallout over her contentious custody, which was dissolved in November 2021 lasting nearly 14 years, Britney, 40, did n’t even invite Lynne, 67, as well as her father, Jamie Spears, to her wedding Thursday.

Jamie Lynn Spears, the “Toxic” singer’s sister, was also not invited, while her brother, Bryan Spears, apparently did. Bryan, on the other hand, didn’t arrive.

However, Asghari had other family members, especially his three sisters, present to witness him swear vows with Britney.

Those who are in attendance were Madonna, Paris Hilton, and Donatella Versace, the designer of Britney’s wedding gown.

After encountering on the shooting of her “Slumber Party” music video, the Grammy winner & Asghari, 28, began dating in late 2016. In September 2021, they announced their engagement.

In recent years, Asghari, like his now-wife, has been extremely crucial of the Spears family, most recently labelling Jamie, 69, a “complete d–k” in February 2021 for “trying to micromanage” Britney’s life while acting as her guardian.

Jamie placed the “Crossroads” star under temporary custody in February 2008, following a tumultuous period in her life that included a horrifying head-shaving episode as well as a divorce from her previous husband, Kevin Federline, with whom she has 2 sons, Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15.

The “Overprotected” singer has stated that she intends to file a lawsuit her family for permitting the guardianship to continue despite her repeated requests for independence.