Britney Spears wants her wedding day to be perfect — and that means her famous family members won’t be anywhere in sight.
The 40-year-old pop icon has no plans to invite any of her family, including her father Jamie Spears and her mother Lynne Spears, a source told Us Weekly on Wednesday.
Although her parents and siblings Jamie-Lynn and Bryan are also off the guest list, the singer still has time to change her mind before the big day with fiancé Sam Asghari.
Family’s out: Britney Spears, 40, has no plans to invite any of her family members to her wedding, a source told Us Weekly on Wednesday; pictured with father Jamie Spears
‘Britney can’t wait to get married and truly start her life,’ the insider shared. ‘They’ve already begun planning, and she is so happy she gets to finally make these decisions.’
It’s not clear if she’s going for a big celebration or an intimate ceremony, but it’ll be family-free for the time being.
‘As of now, there will be none of her family who is invited to wedding,’ the source added.
Britney’s disinterest in spending time with her family members fits with her ongoing feuds with them via the courts and social media.
Leaving her options open: ‘As of now, there will be none of her family who is invited to wedding,’ the source said, adding that she ‘can’t wait to get married’ to Sam Asghari; seen with mother Lynne Spears in 2002
Furious: In an impassioned statement delivered in court in June, Britney said she planned to sue her family members; seen with sister Jamie-Lynn Spears in 2017
Her father Jamie, who had previously been in charge of her now-defunct conservatorship before his suspension in September, continues to wrangle with Britney’s legal team over how the previous agreement is being wrapped up.
In court filings obtained by TMZ earlier this week, Jamie, 69, claimed that his daughters team had been making ‘statements with no other purpose than to attack Jamie’ as they tried to paint him as a ‘disgraced, suspended conservator.’
He also disputed their claims that he hadn’t been cooperative about sharing documents from throughout the conservatorship, which began in 2008.
Jamie claimed he had provided around 478,000 pages of documents, which filed up 58 boxes.
In a fiery statement delivered in court in June, Britney had claimed that the conservatorship had forced her to get an intrauterine device (IUD) as birth control, and that she hadn’t been able to have it removed so as to have a third child.
She shares her sons Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
In the same court statement, Spears expressed a desire to be able to visit friends who live less than 10 minutes away and to be able to get ‘married’ and to have Asghari ‘be able to f****** drive me in his car.’
Hurt feelings: Britney’s father Jamie has complained in court filings that the team wrapping up her conservatorship have been attacking him needlessly; (L–R) Jamie, Bryan, Jamie-Lynn, Britney and Lynne Spears pictured in 2003
At the time, she pointed to Jamie as ‘the one who approved all of it,’ and said that he and her management team ‘should be in jail.’
But she also indicated that she wanted to sue her other family members in the future.
In a since-deleted Instagram post from November, Britney accused her mother Lynne of ‘ruining’ her life, writing: ‘My dad may have started the conservatorship 13 years ago … but what people don’t know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea.
‘I will never get those years back,’ she continued, adding, ‘She secretly ruined my life … and yes I will call her and [former business manager] Lou Taylor out on it … so take your whole ‘I have NO IDEA what’s going on’ attitude and go f*** yourself!!!!’
Shortly after she posted the caption, Page Six reported that Lynne had traveled from Louisiana to Los Angeles in hopes of seeing her daughter, only to be turned away by Britney.
She was also in town to celebrate Thanksgiving with her son Bryan Spears, 44.
Not a fan: The Toxic singer has sniped at Jamie-Lynn in Instagram posts and blasted her in July for performing her songs at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards; seen in 2003
Britney’s sister Jamie-Lynn was the victim of fan backlash in October after it was reported that her memoir Things I Should Have Said was originally to have been titled I Must Confess, after a line from Britney’s hit song I Must Confess.
The Toxic singer has previously spoken out against all of her family members for staying silent amid her frustration with her conservatorship.
In July, she blasted Jamie-Lynn for her performance at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards to cap off a tribute with a performance of her sister’s song Till The World Ends.
‘I don’t like that my sister showed up at an awards show and performed MY SONGS to remixes!!!!!’ she admitted. ‘My so-called support system hurt me deeply!!!!’
Awkward: Britney hugged her sister after the show and was seen clapping, but she looked less than enthused in video of the event
Britney and her fiancé Sam, 27, first met in 2016 when he appeared in her Slumber Party video, and they struck up a relationship shortly afterward.
The lovebirds announced their engagement in September, and earlier this month he flew with her down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to celebrate her 40th birthday.
A source told Us Weekly in November that the personal trainer–turned–actor is ‘the person in life she trusts 100 percent.’
Loved-up: Britney is looking forward to her nuptials with fiancé Sam Asghari, whom she met in 2016 on the set of her Slumber Party video. They got engaged in September