Britney Spears' two sons will not be at her wedding to Sam Asghari on 9 June. The boys' father Kevin Federline shared the news via his attorney, who said that 26-year-old Sean Preston and 15-year-old Jayden James "will not be in attendance".
Speaking to TMZ, they added: "Kevin and the boys are happy for Britney and wish her and Sam all the best going forward." Britney is expected to get married in Los Angeles in her home on 9 June in front of 60 friends, according to People magazine.
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This marks Britney's third wedding, as she was previously married to her childhood friend Jason Alexander for 55 hours in January 2004, before she tied the knot with Kevin later that year.
The former couple split in 2007. It is thought her brother Bryan has been invited, however, her father Jamie, mother Lynne, and sister, Jamie Lynn, are not expected to be in attendance.
Britney, 40, and Sam, 28, got engaged in September 2021 with the pair announcing the exciting news with a video on Instagram.
"I can't [expletive] believe it!!!!!!" she captioned the clip as she showed off her rock for the first time.
Britney has two boys
Designed by Forever Diamonds New York's Founder Roman Malayev, Jeremy gave the singer a solitaire diamond with a pave band, complete with a sweet engraved message.
Britney had dropped several hints about her wedding over the past few months.
She revealed that Versace was the mastermind behind her wedding outfit and several months ago shared a snap of her wedding veil with her pet cat Wendy lying on top of layers of tulle.
Britney and Sam will marry at their home
The wedding comes weeks after Britney and Sam shared the heartbreaking news that she had a miscarriage.
The singer and Sam took to social media to share the tragedy with fans, writing: "It is with our deepest sadness we have to announce that we have lost our miracle baby early in the pregnancy.
"This is a devastating time for any parent. Perhaps we should have waited to announce until we were further along, however we were overly excited to share the good news."