Britney Spears' Dad Is Looking To End Her Decade-Long Conservatorship

Britney Spears' decade-long conservatorship might be ending, according to Us Weekly, who reported that the pop titan's father, Jamie Spears, feels like she's made major progress with her health.

On Monday (March 26), the outlet revealed that Jamie is trying to end the court-approved order, but he is looking to find the appropriate time to do so. "Jamie is actively consulting with Britney's medical team to determine if the conservatorship of Britney as the person should finally come to an end," the insider revealed. "It's just a question of timing as she is about to begin the tour, so the thinking is to do it at the conclusion."

After all, Spears has accomplished much in recent years, including an award-winning Las Vegas residency, a recently announced endorsement as the new face of luxury clothing line Kenzo and, most importantly, her attentive motherhood duties, as seen on her Instagram account. Most recently, Kevin Federline asked for a raise in child support for their children, Sean Preston and Jayden James. Spears has been under the guidance of the conservatorship since 2008 after she was hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation following her highly publicized breakdown and divorce from Federline. "She is feeling confident enough to take control of her life again. The progress Britney has made just in the last several years has been tremendous," an insider revealed to the magazine in February. 

What's next for the pop princess? In July, the entertainer will hit the road to bring her "Piece of Me" residency show to the east coast and wrap up in England in September. This will mark her first trek since 2011's "Femme Fatale Tour." For more information on the upcoming tour, head over to her official website.

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