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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Britney Spears to follow through with wedding

Britney Spears

Britney Spears is not having cold feet about her wedding to Jason Trawick.

The pop star is currently engaged to entertainment agent Jason.

Britney was spotted out without her engagement ring recently which ignited rumours that she may call off her marriage.

Sources say that this simply isn't true as the pair are very much in love.

"She was not wearing her ring last week at court because she took it off during an Elizabeth Arden [photo] shoot and Jason was holding it for her. He simply forgot to give it back until later," an insider told People.

"There's no truth to any second thoughts about their wedding. They're fine and both look forward to working again when The X Factor gets started. They've had a great summer."

Britney was previously married to backup dancer Kevin Federline, whom she shares two children with.

She considers her union with Jason to be more valuable than her former relationship.

"Even though Britney has been married before, she looks at her wedding to Jason as her real wedding," the source said.

Britney and Jason have been engaged since last December.

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