Britney’s ES Magazine Interview
Britney graces the cover of Evening Standard just days away from her return to performing in England. The Queen will perform at Brighton Pride before jetting off to Germany. The last time she was in England was in 2016 when she brought her Piece of Me show to the O2 for the Apple Music Festival.
Check our her interview with the magazine below.
Reflecting on her extraordinary career with ES Magazine, Spears said she would not have achieved her success without the support of her team. “I was lucky enough to have an amazingly supportive team around me,” she said. “But I don’t think anyone can really prepare you for the rollercoaster.”
The star said she would get behind her sons Sean Preston, 12, and Jayden James, 11, if they chose to follow in her footsteps. “I’d support whatever they want to do as long as they stay true to themselves,” she said.
On bringing up her boys, the pop star said: “It’s going so fast. They’re going to school, playing sports — growing up and finding out who they are. They’re both really gifted. That’s me being a proud mom. They’re great at sports, art, playing piano.”
Despite being one of the most recognisable faces in the world, Spears said she “tries to keep a low profile” and lead a quiet family life.
“I have a pretty normal day-to-day life with my kids, their school and sports, and my own routine...Family is super important to me. Me and my sister [Jamie Lynn] and brother [Bryan] are very close, and now our kids are growing up together and it’s amazing.”
“Sometimes it’s a little embarrassing for me being recognised out in public. But people try to be as respectful as possible.”
Spears said she was excited to make her return to the capital. “I can’t wait. I have always had a special relationship with London and I love my time there.”
“I like to explore and see the city each time I’m there. It’s actually been over a year since I was last there. I am so happy to bring this show to London and to my fans there, it’s going to be a lot of fun.”
As for enjoying some retail therapy London-style, there is one destination that is always top of Spears’s list.
“It’s impossible for me to visit London without stopping at Topshop.”
Source: Evening Standard