Britney Spears calls sons her 'masterpieces' in touching open letter

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She's an international pop superstar but Britney Spears' most important job is being mum to sons Jayden and Sean Preston Federline. The singer has reached out to her two boys with a heart-warming open letter, in which she brands them her "masterpieces".

Britney, 34, shares Sean Preston, 10, and nine-year-old Jayden with ex-husband Kevin Federline, and her touching note, published in Time, reveals her hopes and dreams for their boys.

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Britney Spears wrote an emotional letter to sons Jayden and Sean Preston

"From the day I saw the most precious eyes," she writes. "I believed in miracles to the core. Such a gift God has given me, exploring in your beautiful worlds every day. I pray as a mother I teach you strength and passion to carry through the struggles in the world."

As someone who has more than excelled in her chosen career, Britney knows a thing or two about working hard. The Circus hit maker clearly wants her boys to enjoy the same level of success, and advises them to remember they are never alone.

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The singer wants only the best for her boys

Britney continues: "Always believe in yourself and know that anything is possible. I pray dreaming awakens your soul to limitless possibilities. I hope the most precious mysteries of life stay with you always and you are never ashamed of how bright your light truly is."

Signing off the beautiful note, Britney adds: "I pray you laugh, love and soar through your journey of life."

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She recently opened up about motherhood, confessing that, for her, being on stage is actually a break out of an otherwise normal but hectic day with the boys. Speaking to Vegas magazine about her Planet Hollywood residency, Britney said: "When I'm being a mum, I'm a mum all the way. But when I'm on stage, it's like my therapy time. I get to be this person that I'm really not. It's a way to get out of my own head and have some fun."

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