She reveals her willingness to have her boys not choosing a career in entertainment and her feeling of becoming an aunt for Jamie Lynn's baby daughter.
Bouncing back from her dark years, Britney Spears has been all over the town displaying her curvier and healthier body. That's not all though compared to her recent contribution, shooting two promotional comedy videos for the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards alongside British comedian Russell Brand. Greater than all, she has an exclusive interview with OK! magazine, her first ever interview in two years.
Britney, accompanied be her two young sons Sean Preston and Jayden James, graces the cover of the new issue of OK! The mother and sons are pictured in matching white outfits, with the boys wearing fedoras. "Britney Tells All About Her Boys and Her New Life," reads the tagline on the cover.
Having experienced the ups and downs in Hollywood entertainment scene, Britney openly reveals to OK! that she would rather her boys not to follow in her footsteps, saying "I'd just as soon they have a more normal childhood." She adds, "I'd love them unconditionally if they wanted to."
On becoming an aunt for the first time, Britney admits "I was shocked a little bit" when referring to her sister Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy which earned the young star many negative media coverage. "She's always been the baby, and now the baby was having a baby. It was mind-boggling." She, nevertheless, is feeling sure that Jayden and Sean "will be like big brothers to Maddie," Jamie's newborn daughter.
Also contributing to the interview is Jamie Lynn who says "God has a way of taking something bad and turning it into something good" when referring to the meltdown surrounding her personally and her family generally. "If this hadn't happened, I would never have been able to get back with my daughter and have this relationship I have with these two little boys," she adds.
Getting better day by day, Britney is getting even more productive "writing every day, right here at the piano in this living room ... This is my best work ever." She's hard at work on her next LP which is expected to hit the stores in six to nine months.
The new issue of OK! which cover features Britney and her boys hits the newsstands Thursday, August 14.