Britney Spears has taken to Instagram to show off her incredible figure in a new post where she discussed her wish for more children.
The 40-year-old singer was glowing as she posed for the camera in a figure-hugging black dress covered in red hearts and a corset-style fastening on the chest.
Her dress had a ruffled hem and puffed sleeves that fell down from her shoulders.
She accessorised the simple look with colourful bracelets and two silver chain necklaces, while she styled her blonde hair in voluminous loose waves.
Britney stood with her hands on her hips on a stone patio, in front of a tree as she showed off her sun kissed tan.
In the caption the songstress wrote: “My baby is getting bigger [dog emoji]. I will just say it, just like when my boys got bigger, it literally sucks. They don’t need me anymore, I’ve cried oceans for my boys and I’m not lying!”
She continued: “Hopefully one day I can show recent pics of us but in the meantime, I respect their wishes. Oh well, but Sawyer, he’s bigger but he will always need me and I like that.”
Britney’s fans were blown away by her beauty and flocked to the comments to shower her in compliments.
One kind fan wrote: “Oh my god, that dress looks so good on you,” while another follower simply called her “beautiful”.
Another begged the pop star for some new material: “We need a new single Brit, now that you're free to do whatever you want!”
Britney recently broke free from a 14-year conservatorship which left with no control over her finances or her estate.
It began in 2007 when her divorce from Kevin Federline was finalised and there were concerns over her wellbeing.
The Free Britney movement was born after the severity of her situation became known and fans campaigned for the Oops!…I Did It Again singer to be released.
Her father, Jamie Spears, had control over her life until November last year when she was released.
Since then, she has been enjoying life and regularly posts pictures of herself on Instagram.
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