Pop Princess visits the Palace

Aug 4, 2017

Pop Princess visits the Palace

Buckingham Palace had a different kind of princess visiting on Friday.

A pop princess – Britney Spears. The 36-year-old singer was enjoying the searing temperatures and sunshine in London prior to appearing at todays pride festival in Brighton. Britney was accompanied by her two sons. Sean, the eldest age 12 and the younger Jayden age 11. The three of them appeared to be enjoying the sights of the palace, all with cheerful smiles, holding hands and posing for photos in front of the historic palace. She looked stunning with her hair tied up, in a pulsating yellow dress and brown leather boots.

The singer whose hits include, “Oops, I did it again”, “Piece of me” and “Baby one more time”, looked relaxed as did both of her sons as they casually blended in with the public visiting Buckingham Palace. Britney will perform in Brighton tonight, the first UK performance since 2011. Britney continues with her world tour in August visiting London, Dublin, Paris and Berlin.

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