Months after Britney Spears was released from conservatory she said was keeping her from having a third child, the pop star announced in an Instagram post on Monday that she was pregnant.
In an explosive testimony last year, Ms Spears called “outrageous” the stereotype that her life spanned 13 years was “outrageous”, adding that the people managing it had forbade her to take out her IUD so that she could Could try to have another child.
“I want to be able to get married and have a baby,” Ms Spears said last June. “I was just told the stereotype that I’m not going to be able to get married or have a child.”
The singer’s claim about her birth control device was most surprising in her speech, during which she said she was drugged and forced to act against her will. Reproductive rights advocates denounced the situation as a violation of her rights.
Ms. Spears’ passionate testimony, in which she rebuked her father and others managing the legal system overseeing her life and finances, set in motion a process that led to the end of conservatism. In November, a judge in Los Angeles ruled that the arrangement was no longer needed, giving Spears new control over her life.
As the singer went public about her opposition to stereotyping, Spears, 40, opened up about her independence on her Instagram, announcing her engagement to her longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari, and her family and others. The people continued to lament over the control. his life for years.
In her Instagram post, Ms Spears joked that Mr Asgari – whom she now refers to as her husband – suggested she was “food pregnant” after traveling by air.
“So I did pregnancy …,” he wrote, “and Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
James P. Spears, the father of Ms. Spears, better known as Jamie, first petitioned the court in early 2008 for rights over the life and finances of his adult daughter, including her very own public mental health. Possible substance abuse was cited amid the conflict and the child custody battle. Stereotypes controlled Ms Spears’s career and day-to-day life for nearly 14 years, eventually drawing close scrutiny from fans and outside observers, who were concerned about her well-being and thought that such an active global figure would Why is the system needed?
Ms Spears has two teenage sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
In her post, Ms Spears mentioned her struggles with perinatal depression in a previous pregnancy and suggested that women could not discuss the condition openly then.
“Some considered it dangerous if a woman with a child inside her complained like this,” she wrote, “but now women talk about it daily.”