Britney Spears confirmed the death of her “wonder baby” in a heartfelt message one month after confirming she was expecting.
On Saturday, the 40-year-old singer posted a note on her Instagram account in which she relayed the heartbreaking news. Before getting engaged last month, the pair disclosed they were expecting their first child.
“With the utmost grief,” the note said, “we must report that we have lost our miraculous baby early in the pregnancy.”
“This is a dreadful scenario for any parent. We should have waited till we were further along, but we couldn’t contain our joy at the fantastic news.”
The pair stated that they would continue to try to conceive.
“Our strength comes from our affection. We’ll keep working to grow our wonderful family. We appreciate any assistance you may provide. Please respect our need for privacy during this difficult time.”
Britney and her fiancé also signed the letter.
“We are grateful for what we have while growing our beautiful family,” she wrote in the photo’s caption. “I appreciate your help,”
“We shall have a miracle soon,” Sam said in response to Britney’s tweet.
Britney announced her pregnancy on Instagram last month.
“I dropped so much weight for my Maui trip,” she wrote at the time. “Geez…” I thought. Why was I suddenly sick to my stomach? ‘No, you’re a food pregnant, moron,’ my hubby shouted. As a result, I took a pregnancy test. As a result, I am expecting a child.”
Jayden, 15, and Sean, 16, are Britney’s only children from her previous marriage to Kevin Federline.
For the past three weeks, the ‘Toxic’ singer has been alerting her Instagram followers about her pregnancy.
She recently wrote about her mood swings and appetite.
“My hormones are crazy because I’m pregnant… But it’s strange because I want to exit the car naked like Will Ferrell in ‘Old School.'”
In October 2016, Sam and Spears collaborated on her Slumber Party music video, and they shortly began dating.
They plan to marry at the end of September 2021.
Britney claimed in 2017 that she was forced to use birth control during her 13-year conservatorship, which ended in November.
Britney spoke out against her conservatorship during a hearing in June of last year, claiming that the tight regime had “traumatised” her.
“I can’t sleep, and I’m not happy,” she explained. I’m entirely enraged. I’m also depressed. I’ve been through a lot. “All I want is my life back.”
“I don’t want to be judged. This conservatorship must cease. This conservatorship is causing more harm than benefit to me. I have earned the right to enjoy life because I have worked hard my entire life.”
The singer of the hit song “Sometimes” revealed that her father and conservatorship team had forbidden her from marrying or having children with her lover.
Britney claims her conservators forced her to get an IUD as a means of birth control despite her desire to “get married and have a baby,” which is why she is currently unable to have children.
“I have an IUD in place to prevent conception,” she continued, “but [my team] does not want me to have any more children.”
She demanded that her father and others in charge of her conservatorship be “incarcerated,” and she described her situation as “abusive.”
“I really believe that this conservatorship is unsuitable.”
“My dad and everyone engaged in this conservatorship, including my managers, they need to be in jail,” the speaker claimed.
Jamie Spears’ legal team stated during Britney’s virtual court appearance that he “loves his daughter very much.”