Jamie Lynn Spears comforted by young daughter as she sobs on Instagram amid Britney Spears criticism

‘It’ll be OK, mum,’ three-year-old could be heard saying

Jacob Stolworthy
Monday 09 August 2021 07:55
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Jamie Lynn Spears has shared a troubling Instagram audio clip in which she sobs while her young daughter comforts her.

The Instagram Story, which the former Nickelodeon star posted on Saturday (7 August), comes in the wake of her sister Britney Spears’s angry remarks against her.

In the clip, Jamie Lynn’s three-year-old daughter, Ivey Joan, could be heard saying: “It’ll be OK, mum. It’ll have to be OK.”

She replied: “Oh, thank you, baby.”

Instagram Stories can only be viewed for 24 hours after a user posts them.

Tensions between Jamie Lynn and Britney have surfaced in public following the pop star’s dramatic court testimony concerning her ongoing conservatorship battle.

Following Britney’s appearance at open court in Los Angeles, she wrote a lengthy message to fans in which she complained about people close to her “never showing up”.

This came shortly after Jamie Lynn had publicly pledged her support for her sister for the first time.

Britney Spears hits out at sister Jamie Lynn in angry Instagram post about her

Spears then called out her sister specifically, stating that she had not enjoyed having to watch Jamie Lynn perform her songs at an awards show. “My so-called support system hurt me deeply,” she said.

Since Britney name-checked her sister, the criticism of Jamie Lynn and her alleged treatment of her sister has intensified.

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