It seems that little by little, the life of Britney Spears returns to her being. After achieving her long-awaited freedom after a tough legal battle against her father, the interpreter of Toxic has sealed her love with Sam Asghari in an intimate ceremony with an exclusive list of only 100 guests.
They have been cultivating their passion for five years, and now, nine months after announcing their engagement, the couple has been able to fulfill one of their dreams: walk down the aisle to swear eternal love.
A ceremony was held in the garden of their house, located in the Californian city of Thousand Oaks, which they wanted to decorate with a tent of flowers and pastel colors.
The link began around 8:30 p.m., and the Reverend Clint Hufft officiated the ceremony, although there, as expected, neither his father, his mother, nor his sister Jamie Lynn were seen.
Although, for the moment, it has not transpired what the bride’s wedding dress was like, what has been known is that the Italian designer, Donatella Versace, was in charge of making the singer’s style which she has been one of the most important days of your life.
What’s more, last March, the interpreter of Baby one more time already gave a preview when she shared a photo on her social networks with Gianni Versace’s little sister.
But it has not all been good news. The preparations for the ceremony were going well when, suddenly, something was cut short. And it is that Britney’s ex-husband, Jason Allen Alexander, tried to enter the singer’s house to interrupt the wedding hours before the couple said, “yes, I do.”
The authorities quickly apprehended an unexpected guest. As reported by TMZ, which has also published images of the moment, the man managed to avoid the security perimeter of the mansion and broadcast his tour of the house live through his Instagram. “Britney Spears invited me here. She is my first wife, my only wife.
I am her first husband. I am here to stop the wedding,” he yelled at security agents in the middle of the broadcast. Finally, Jason, who was married to the artist for 55 hours, was arrested for breaking, vandalism, and two assaults.
A most peculiar wedding, just like Britney’s life. Almost a year ago, the singer appeared for the first time in 13 years before a Los Angeles court, taking the opportunity to request jail for her father: “Your Honor, my dad and everyone involved in this custody, including my manager, who had a key role in my punishment…they should be in prison.”
Three months later, Jamie Spears resigned as guardian, and on November 12 of that same year, Judge Penny ended the guardianship, finally achieving the artist’s long-awaited freedom.