Britney Spears is ''proud'' of her sons, as she gushed over how ''gifted'' they are when it comes to sports and art.
Britney Spears is ''proud'' of her sons.
The 36-year-old singer has two young boys, 12-year-old Sean and 11-year-old Jayden, with her former husband Kevin Federline, and has said she can't believe how quickly her brood is growing up, and how ''gifted'' they have become.
She said: ''It's going so fast! They're going to school, playing sports - growing up and finding out who they are. They're both really gifted! That's me being a proud mom. They're great at sports, art, playing piano.''
Family is important to the 'Toxic' singer, who says alongside her children, she also has a great relationship with her two siblings, Bryan and Jamie Lynn.
She added: ''Family is super important to me. Me and my sister and brother are very close, and now our kids are growing up together and it's amazing. Birthdays are a big deal for us. We always get together as a family to celebrate, no matter where we are.''
Last year, Britney welcomed a new man into her family life, after meeting 24-year-old trainer and model Sam Asghari whilst on the set of her music video for 'Slumber Party'.
The pair hit it off immediately, and Britney - who was married to Jason Alexander briefly in 2004 before marrying Kevin the same year, and divorcing in 2007 - has said she would consider marrying the hunk.
Speaking to ES Magazine, the 'Womaniser' singer said: ''We worked together on the video for my song 'Slumber Party'. I kept his number and a few months later gave him a call.
''I believe in love, so I'm open to [marriage], [but it's] the simple things that are most meaningful.''
And it seems Sam is just as smitten with the blonde beauty, as he recently praised her as he biggest motivation.
He said: ''She motivates me more than anyone. It's crazy how I can be humbled by a person like her.''
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