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Spears ‘chased by waves’

Published 26/07/2015

Britney Spears and sons
Britney Spears and sons

Britney Spears’ sons are said to “adore her” because she is such a hands-on mum.

The 33-year-old Work B***h hitmaker is currently enjoying holiday at the Grand Hyatt on Poipu Beach in Kauai, Hawaii with her children Sean Preston, nine, and Jayden James, eight.

It’s claimed even though she ended her romance with Charlie Ebersol in June, Britney is still enjoying summer by floating in the tides with her tots.

“The kids were in heaven and didn’t want to get out of the water,” an eyewitness told Us Weekly. “They were bodysurfing and letting the waves chase them. Britney was right in there with them screaming as she jumped over the waves. She’s a very fun mum and the boys adore her.”

Britney's breakup with producer Charlie has been her third split in two-and-a-half years. In January 2013 the blonde beauty parted ways from her agent Jason Trawick, who she'd been dating since early 2010. He became a co-conservator alongside Britney's father Jamie following the singer's court order in 2008, but stepped back following their split. She started dating David Lucado a month later, but left him in August 2014 amid rumours he'd cheated.

Prior to this Britney divorced Kevin Federline, who is the father of her two sons Sean and Jayden.

It’s claimed the boys were rattled by Britney’s last breakup with Charlie, which is why the singer felt the need to take them to Hawaii.

“It is going to be so devastating to those kids because they have now witnessed their mother go through three really hard breakups,” a source told Radar previously. “Britney and Charlie both told them that he was going to be their daddy.”

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