Britney Spears is already making decisions about her upcoming wedding, and family members are not in the mix, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.
Britney Spears won’t invite family to her wedding to Sam Asghari
“Britney can’t wait to get married and really start her life,” the source says of the 40-year-old singer and fiancée. Sam Asgharinupcias. “They have already started planning and she is so happy to finally be able to make these decisions.”
The source added, “As of now, there won’t be any of her family members invited to the wedding” following Spears’ guardianship battle.
(Spears’ 13-year conservatorship came to an end in November following her father, Jamie Spears, stepping away from his role earlier this year.)
the Grammy winner and the 27-year-old personal trainer, who met in 2016 on the set of Britney’s “Slumber Party” music video, got engaged in September.
“The couple made their long-standing relationship official today and are deeply touched by the support, dedication and love expressed to them,” Asghari’s manager said. Brandon Cohen, confirmed to Us at the time.
the “Toxic” Singer shared the exciting news via Instagram, showing off her ring in a video. “I can’t believe it,” he captioned the clip.
Ahead of his guardianship hearing in November, a source told Us that Asghari is “the person in life he trusts 100 percent.”
The newly engaged couple was using the wedding planning as “a fun escape from the drama of court,” the source said in September, noting that Asghari is Britney’s “rock” and “soulmate.
In November, Asghari was one of the first people to congratulate Britney on her freedom following the end of her conservatorship. The actress had been unable to manage or make her own decisions since 2008 when the conservatorship first went into effect.
Britney broke her silence for the first time publicly regarding the legal restrictions on her life during a court hearing in June. At the time, she revealed that she wanted to “get her life back” and asked for the termination of her conservatorship.