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Britney 'on for winter wedding'

Published 10/09/2013

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears plans to marry her lover David at Christmas but children are reportedly off the cards.

Reportedly telling her mother Lynne Spears that a winter wedding is on the cards for her and David Lucado, Britney wants to tie the knot before she starts her two-year residency in Las Vegas.

The pair have even planned where they'll be going on honeymoon.

"Britney and David took her mum Lynne out to lunch recently to talk about their plans and told her they want to have a traditional church wedding near her family home in Louisiana at Christmas.

"They are then planning on heading off to Hawaii for a honeymoon before she starts in Vegas," a source told Britain's Closer magazine.

The whirlwind romance started shortly after Britney's split with former fiancé and manager Jason Trawick.

Her previous marriage to dancer Kevin Federline produced the pop star's two children Jayden James and Sean Preston.

She also married childhood friend Jason Alexander in 2004, which was annulled 55 hours later.

David, a 27-year-old legal assistant, is four years Britney's junior but his down to earth lifestyle has changed the Toxic singer for the better.

But children are reportedly off the cards for now, as she is contractually bound to her Las Vegas residency which starts later this year.

"She's the happiest and healthiest she's been in years. She'd love to get pregnant again and maybe have a daughter.

"It's a massive blow that she's going to have to wait, but she's finally in a good place," the source continued.

Britney, 31, moved David into her home just weeks after they confirmed their relationship.

And now the couple are ready for the next step, despite the fact they've only been dating a short while.

"Although they've only been together seven months, she's dreaming of a white wedding with her five-year-old niece Maddie as bridesmaid," the source divulged.

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