Britney Spears Calls Son Sean Preston Her 'First Love' After Allowing Move to Hawaii

The 'Oops!... I Did It Again' singer gushes over her first child on social media, a few days after she posted a throwback picture of her with her youngest child Jayden.

AceShowbiz - Britney Spears is apparently keen on mending her relationship with her children after months of alleged estrangement. The pop star has publicly gushed over her son Sean Preston amid his impending move to Hawaii with his bother Jayden and father Kevin Federline.

On Monday, June 5, the 41-year-old singer posted a photo of her firstborn on Instagram. The throwback picture saw the teen rocking a white button-up shirt while he posed for the camera. In the caption, Britney declared, "My first love !!!"

Just a few days before, Britney also showed some love to her youngest child Jayden James. On Saturday, June 3, the mother of two shared a throwback image of her holding her second son while taking a stroll in Calabasas, California back in 2010. She captioned it with only two tulip emojis and turned off the comments section.

According to Us Weekly, Britney still loves her sons despite having not met them for months. "Britney will never stop loving her boys no matter what," a source tells the site. "Despite everything that's happened in the past, she has not given up hope on repairing their relationship and spending as much time with them as she can."

Of Britney's recent throwback photo with her son Jayden, the source claims that she wanted to send "a message" to her sons. "She posted a throwback with Jayden because she wanted to send her sons a message that she still loves them," the so-called insider explains. "They will always be her sons and that motherly love for them is unconditional."

Though the "Toxic" songstress realizes her sons "may not understand why she posts what she does," she is "feeling freedom for the first time in over a decade and will continue celebrating her autonomy," the source claims.

Britney's Instagram posts dedicated to her sons came after she "consents" to her ex Kevin's plans to move their sons to Hawaii. "To her credit, Britney Spears will not interfere with and consents to the relocation," her attorney Mathew Rosengart wrote in a letter sent to Kevin's lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan. Mathew also slammed Kevin for making it public and creating "unnecessary drama."

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