Sean and Jayden, the Sons of Britney Spears, Finally Revealed Their Reasons for Missing Their Mother’s Wedding

The sons of Britney Spears are speaking out about their relationship with their mother. Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, spoke with director Daphne Barak in an interview about Spears. Despite not being present at his mother's wedding to Sam Asghari, Jayden said that he feels “no hate” towards his mother.

The singer's two teenage children, who she has with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, were open about not attending the wedding, saying in an interview that it wasn't a “good time to go.”

The sons of Britney Spears are speaking up about their relationship with their mother

According to the news source, Jayden said, “At the moment it just wasn't a good time to go.” “I'm not saying that I'm not pleased for her; in fact, I'm extremely thrilled for them. However, she didn't invite the entire family, and if it had just been Preston and I there, I just don't see how that situation would have ended amicably.”

Sadly, the “Toxic” performer's relationship with her only children is currently not “on good terms.” After Kevin questioned Britney's parenting in an interview and implied that Sean and Jayden had chosen not to see their mother at the time, Britney has been openly feuding with Kevin.

The sons of Britney Spears are speaking up about their relationship with their mother

“It saddens me to hear that my ex husband has opted to discuss the connection between me and my children,” Britney Spears said on Instagram. Everyone knows that raising teenage guys is difficult.

It was “difficult” for the lads, Kevin said, especially because they are of high school age, because of Britney's recent provocative selfies on social media. Britney said, “It bothers me the explanation is based on my Instagram,” in regard to those remarks. Long before Instagram existed.

Jayden insisted there was “no hate” between the boys and their mother in the interview, but he also acknowledged that “it will take a lot of time and effort” to mend their strained relationship. “I 100% think this can be remedied,” the adolescent continued. Just a lot of time and work will be required. All I want is for her mental health to improve. I definitely want to see her once she recovers.

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