Britney Spears' parents: Are they still together and is her mom part of the conservatorship?

BRITNEY Spears' life has dominated the headlines since her rise to fame 25 years ago.

Her relationship with her parents hit the spotlight when the Framing Britney Spears aired in April 2021, and when her conservatorship ended on November 12, 2021.

Who are Britney Spears' parents?

Britney's parents include:

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Lynne

Lynne, 66, was born on May 4, 1955, in Magnolia, Mississippi.

The pop star's mom, who was previously a teacher, has co-written two books with her daughter Britney.

Heart to Heart, a biographical book about her daughter, was published in 2000.

This was followed by A Mother's Gift which was published in 2001.

She wrote her memoir in 2008, Through The Storm: A Real Story Of Fame And Family In A Tabloid World.

Jamie

Born July 6, 1952 as James "Jamie" Parnell Spears, 69, he is known as Britney's father and the one who is in control of her conservatorship.

In November 2021, he made headlines after he filed to end the conservatorship as soon as possible and revealed that he would "not seek future compensation."

The decision came after he agreed to step down just months prior.

Britney officially became free of her conservatorship on November 12, 2021.

Are Britney's parents still together?

Jamir and Lynn married in 1975.

In 2002 the couple divorced but by 2010, they were widely reported to have got back together.

The family has been at war with each other over Britney's conservatorship, a source close to the family told US Weekly.

The source said: “Lynne wants a care plan established that would transition Britney’s personal life out of the conservatorship.

"Jamie has told her that Britney needs long-term monitoring, and he doesn’t think she is prepared to take such drastic action.

At this time, it remains unclear what their family dynamic is now or how it will change once Britney is free from the conservatorship, which ended in November 2021.

How many children do they have?

Throughout the course of their marriage, the couple have welcomed three children together.

Their children include: Bryan, 44, Britney, 39, and Jamie, 30.

Brit's older brother Bryan is known as a television and film producer while Jamie is known as an actress and mom-of-two.

Over the years, Britney and Jamie have had a rocky relationship but Jamie continues to support her sister and is said to be very protective of her.

Is Britney's mom part of the conservatorship?

According to court obtained by The Sun in August 2021, Jamie claimed that Lynn had “little if any” involvement in Britney’s life and was too “ignorant” to discuss the family’s legal matters. 

“Lynne has had only limited involvement in Ms. Spears’ life these last thirteen years. She has not had a parental role in her life for decades,” his lawyers argued. 

The patriarch’s legal team continued: “Despite their estranged relationship, the Conservatorship Estate, during the entire duration of the Conservatorship, has paid and continues to pay for the mansion in Louisiana where Lynne lives. 

“Including all of her utility bills, weekly maid service, and all maintenance (totaling upwards of $150,000 per year and to date, nearly $2,000,000 in total).”

The news came after Lynne filed legal documents on behalf of Britney, wanting ot have a role in her daughter's finances "specifically the trust which holds most of Britney's multi-million dollar assets."

She later told Life & Style Weekly that she felt responsibility for Britney's troubles.

“I blame myself,” she previously told the outlet.

“What mother wouldn’t? I wish I’d been there more while she was touring, but I couldn’t be. I had the other kids to look after.”

She later added: “I didn’t raise my children to have Hollywood careers. This all just exploded in my face, and big dreams became big headaches."

In November 2021, Britney then took to Instagram in a since-deleted post, to claim that her mother gave her dad the idea for the conservatorship, allegedly telling her mom to "go f**k yourself."

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