Britney Spears’ sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline will not be attending her wedding to Sam Asghari on Thursday, Page Six can confirm.
“The boys won’t be present at the wedding,” Federline attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan, who is overseeing the professional dancer’s custody case with the pop icon, tells us.
“They think this day should be all about Britney and Sam, and they’re very happy that it’s moving forward.”
Spears, 40, and Federline, 44, share sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15.
Kaplan wouldn’t confirm whether the teens didn’t get an invitation from their mother or if it was their choice not to attend the nuptials, but the top lawyer adds: “You can assume the boys were invited to attend if they expressed that desire.”
On Federline’s behalf, Kaplan tells us, “He wants her to be happy and thinks this will be a positive step for her in a post-conservative era, building a healthy and happy future going forward.”
The professional DJ has 70% custody of his sons with Spears, while their mother only has 30%.
However, Kaplan previously told us that since Preston and Jayden are “teenagers now,” the parties involved “put a lot of weight on their desires” and who they spend their time with.
As for the boys’ relationship with Asghari, 28, she appears to be cordial.
In March 2021, Jayden was pictured taking a walk with the Grammy-winning actor-turned-personal trainer in Los Angeles.
The trio appeared in high spirits at the time as Spears even stopped by an Easter Bunny statue to pose for a photo.
Federline also expressed support for her ex’s current relationship when she found out she was pregnant in April.
Kaplan told us at the time that K-Fed “wishes her all the best for a happy and healthy pregnancy and congratulates her and Sam Asghari as they plan the excitement of parenthood together.”
Sadly, the “Toxic” singer suffered a miscarriage soon after, but that didn’t stop wedding plans.
Spears and Asghari are set to wed on Thursday in an intimate ceremony with just around 50 guests.
She and Federline were married from 2004 to 2007.