Britney's ex approves of conservatorship end as long as their sons are "safe"
The star is hopeful she'll see her sons more now that her father has been suspended from her conservatorship.
Britney Spears' ex Kevin Federline is reportedly happy to go along with her wishes to see her children more often following the suspension of her father from his role in her conservatorship.
A source close to the singer told People that she "hopes she will be able to see her boys more now" as she "blames" Jamie Spears for not getting to see them as much over the past two years.
In August 2019, Jamie was allegedly involved in an altercation with Britney's eldest son, now-16-year-old Sean Preston.
The 69-year-old was then put under a restraining order that stopped him from seeing the teen and his brother Jayden James, now 15.
Kevin's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, said that since Jamie was suspended from the conservatorship last week, the boys – who primarily live with their dad — should "be able to benefit from the removal of stress from her life so that they have their mom at her best."
"If Britney wants to see the children, she's able to see the children," he said of Kevin's wishes.
"Obviously we don't know whether the conservatorship will be continued, but as long as the boys are properly supervised and safe, and Britney is able to do that without the presence of a conservator, he's happy."
Meanwhile Britney's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, said he is now focused on "terminating the entire conservatorship" at the next court hearing, which will take place on November 12.
"She is very hopeful now that her dad is out," the source told People. "Britney thinks everything will be totally different with Jamie out of her life."