In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail, Jayden Federline, the 15 year old son of pop star Britney Spears and ex-husband Kevin Federline, weighed in on his mother’s allegations about their family. He spoke about the unfair treatment his grandfather Jamie Spears has endured in the public eye, given his role in the now-terminated conservatorship of Spears that spanned for 13 years. Read on to find out more about this in-depth interview.
Jayden Federline’s Background
Jayden is one of two children of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline and the younger brother of Sean Preston Federline. He was born in 2006, during the height of his mother’s career as one of the world’s biggest pop stars. In 2008, Jayden’s parents got divorced and his father was awarded physical custody.
Jayden Federline Interview Summary
Jayden spoke to filmmaker Daphne Barak in an exclusive interview for the Daily Mail. He shared his thoughts on the unfair treatment of Jamie Spears throughout the conservatorship period, noting that he feels like the public has not been fair to him. He also expressed his hope to reconcile with Spears, saying that he loves her and misses her. Jayden shared that despite all the rumors around their family life, he hopes to rebuild relationships and move forward.
Jayden Federline’s interview with the Daily Mail has shed light on how he is feeling about his mother and their family. His hope to reconcile suggest that there may still be a chance for them to rebuild relationships and move forward together. It will be interesting to see what lies ahead for Jayden, Spears and the rest of their family.