Ten years after her dad took over as conservator of her estate, Britney Spears was desperate to cut ties with him – and sources told RadarOnline.com exclusively it’s because she’s planning to start a family with Sam Asghari!
“She’s feeling strong, in control, and ready to turn over a new leaf, and that’s all because of Sam," revealed an informant.
But she feels like that can’t happen while her dad is still in charge of every inch of her life. "She wants to live like a normal family with Sam and even have babies of their own while she still can."
So the pop tart asked her protective dad to set her free – and insiders told RadarOnline.com exclusively "he’s going to allow it."
"Britney hasn’t felt happiness like this in as long as she can remember.”
As fans know, Spears, now 36, has been under conservatorship since 2008, following her very public meltdown and custody loss of sons Sean Preston, 12, and Jayden James, 11, to ex Kevin Federline.
Under her father’s watch, Britney has regained joint custody, and of course has continued to be a pop superstar.
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As RadarOnline.com previously reported exclusively, Spears was talking about growing her family with her dancer boytoy just months into the relationship.
“Britney is telling her friends that she really wants Sam to be the one to give her another child,” a source told RadarOnline.com last year. “She says she has never been so in love!”
Spears and Asghari first met on the set of her “Slumber Party” video, and the singer wants another kid to complete her life-makeover master plan.
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