Ok this freaks me out. Everyone knows OK! Mag is on Jamie Lynn's speed dial. "Race to the altar?!" You know what this means?! Wedding = more $$$. Just think of all the stories! Exclusive wedding shower pictures and story, plus another photoshoot and story on the actual day of the wedding! When in Rome...
And aww, the Spears sisters get to share a cover! While Jamie Lynn gets the feature story, Britney does make a cameo. B's headline reads: "Britney's amazing bikini body." Not amazing. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G*
Let's hope all the tabs snatched up Brit's bikini pix this week. Fingers crossed!
I can hear those wedding bells already!
Jamie Lynn Spears is ready to say "I do!" She already has a handsome fiance in Casey Aldridge, an adorable baby in Maddie and a new house. Now OK! can exclusively reveal that the former Zoey 101 star has already started planning her wedding, and that she and Casey will walk down the aisle together before the end of the year.
Despite their worldwide notoriety, the young couple won't be swapping their vows at some 5-star celeb-filled resort, but will be sticking close to home. Jamie Lynn's new house is in Liberty, Miss. - just 30 minutes from her mom Lynne Spears' house, Serenity, in Kentwood, La. - and it sits on three acres, which is more than enough space to put up a tent for a private, late fall ceremony.
"She loves everything about the area where she lives. She's not going to get married at some luxury resort in the Caribbean or a hotel in Beverly Hills," a friend of the bride-to-be tells OK!. "Her own backyard with just the people who matter most is more Jamie Lynn's style."
And with the wedding approaching quickly, Jamie Lynn is planning to look her best on the big day. "She's already down to her pre-pregnancy weight," says the friend. "She has the cutest figure!"
Of course, big sis Britney Spears will be Jamie Lynn's maid of honor, and Casey's sister Ashlee will be one of her bridesmaids. And tiny toddler Maddie will be an integral part of the wedding - possibly in a basket decorated with flowers and carried into the ceremony by the bride and groom's mothers.