AceShowbiz - Britney Spears is one of the world's most recognisable stars, but finds it "a little embarrassing" when she gets spotted in public.
The singer is heading to Europe after wrapping the Asian and North American legs of her "Piece of Me Tour", with Britney ready to wow fans at Brighton Pride festival, in England, on Saturday, August 04.
Talking to Britain's ES Magazine about her life away from showbiz, the "Gimme More" star says it's mostly filled with looking after her two sons, Sean, 12, and 11-year-old Jayden, though she does run into fans from time to time.
"I have a pretty normal day-to-day life with my kids, their school and sports, and my own routine," she told the publication. "Family is super important to me. Me and my sister (Jamie Lynn) and brother (Bryan) are very close, and now our kids are growing up together and it's amazing."
"Sometimes it's a little embarrassing for me being recognised out in public. But people try to be as respectful as possible."
On the subject of her children, who she shares with ex-husband Kevin Federline, the 36-year-old couldn't hide her pride at the young men they're becoming.
"It's going so fast. They're going to school, playing sports - growing up and finding out who they are. They're both really gifted. That's me being a proud mom. They're great at sports, art, playing piano," she gushed.
Following her appearance at Brighton's annual LGBTQ event, the 36-year-old will make her way around Europe, stopping in Berlin, Paris and London, among other cities.
The show, Britney's ninth concert tour, is based on her Las Vegas residency set.