Britney Spears has confirmed her engagement to Sam Asghari, her long-term lover.
On Instagram, the singer shared a video of the couple showing off the ring. The 39-year-old is battling to get her 13-year conservatorship, which governs both her personal and financial life, lifted. Britney Spears has revealed that the contract prevents her from marrying Mr. Asghari, 27, or having further children.
Concerns about her mental health led to her being placed under conservatorship in 2008. Jamie Spears, her father, filed documents in a Los Angeles court last week to end the conservatorship. A court date has been set for September 29. In the previous two years, Spears had attempted to oust him from the job twice. Mr. Asghari, a fitness trainer and actor, also shared a photo of the ring and the couple kissing.
Brandon Cohen, his manager, confirmed the engagement to People magazine. “Today, the couple made their long-standing relationship official, and they are incredibly moved by the outpouring of support, commitment, and love,” he said. In 2016, the couple met on the set of a music video.
Mr. Asghari was born in Tehran, Iran, but migrated to Los Angeles with his father, a truck driver, when he was 12 years old. He described landing in the United States without knowing any English in an interview with Forbes earlier this year: “It was obviously a culture shock, coming out here with a completely other language to speak.”
Mr. Asghari has three sisters who have also left Iran for the United States. When it comes to Mr. Asghari’s Iranian heritage, not many people in Iran seem to be thinking about it. “Britney was encouraged by this boy to overcome sadness, reclaim control over her life from her father, and exercise… And now he’s going to marry her! “One social media user retweeted.
Another social media user tweeted, “Britney is 39 and Sam is 27. This marriage’s age gap isn’t an issue!” Spears has already married twice. In 2004, she married Jason Alexander, a childhood acquaintance, in Las Vegas, but the marriage was shortly dissolved.
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