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    Britney Spears has reminded her fans it’s “okay not to be perfect”

    The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker took to Instagram on Thursday (26.11.20) to mark the American holiday of Thanksgiving, which she hailed as one of her “favourite” holidays, especially because her two sons - Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14, whom she has with her ex-husband Kevin Federline - have time off school


    And after 2020 has been “one big mess” for many people around the world, Britney also used her post to remind people that “none of us are perfect”.

    She wrote: “Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays !!!!! I love the fall …. I like hot chocolate and I really like my fire place at home …. it’s so nice !!!!! I also adore my kids having THANKSGIVING BREAK !!!!!

    “2020 has been one big mess for everyone in the world …. it’s honestly an accomplishment to remember what day it is sometimes …. constantly looking at my silly calendar !!!!!!! It’s okay not to be perfect …. to burn the pizza in the oven ….. to cry over a book for an hour after reading …. to look for your shades and they’ve been on your head the entire time …. to have a messy closet …. to forget where you left your cleaning supplies ….. to have a cheat month with food …. come on folks …. it's the holidays !!!!!!!!

    “None of us are perfect ….. and a little secret for ya ….. don’t tell anybody but I forgot it was Thanksgiving this week !!!!!! (sic)”

    The post comes after Britney, 38, has spent most of this year in a legal battle with her father, Jamie Spears, over the terms of her conservatorship, which she has been under since her public breakdown in 2008.

    Britney no longer wants her father in control of her life and career, but Jamie believes his daughter isn’t fit to make her own decisions.

    Most recently, a judge in their case declined to suspend Jamie from his role in Britney’s conservatorship, but said she would consider future petitions for his suspension or removal.

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