Britney Spears was reunited with her sons for three hours on Saturday.

After lawyers for Spears and Kevin Federline reached a visitation agreement Friday, the pop star saw her children Preston, 2, and Jayden, 1, for the first time since Jan. 3.

The boys left Federline’s Tarzana house Saturday morning – put in their car seats by their father, according to photographers – and were driven by Federline’s bodyguard to Spears’s Studio City home.

A source involved in the case says, “The real hero was [Spears’s father] Jamie. He has taken charge, and she has visitation again.”

Sources confirm to PEOPLE that Jamie and Britney’s psychiatrist were present for the visit.

After a three-hour stay, Spears’s sons left again in the back of Federline’s grey Dodge truck driven by his bodyguard.



Less than 24 hours after it was discovered that a deal had been hammered out between the lawyers in the Britney Spears vs. Kevin Federline custody case that would allow the pop star supervised visits with her children, the little Federline lads came to pay mom a visit at her L.A. home.

Around 9am PT on Saturday, a Dodge truck carrying Sean Preston, 2, and one-year-old Jayden James entered Britney’s gated community, The Summit. According to sources, the visit is scheduled to end at noon PT.

Also inside the house are Brit’s father Jamie, a pyschologist, one of Kevin’s bodyguard, the court-ordered monitor, and a lawyer.

This is the first time the boys have seen their mother since the Jan. 3 standoff with authorities that landed Britney in the hospital for several nights. Until today, she had only been allowed to speak with her children during short phone conversations.

Source: OK!


Reunited and it feels so good for Britney Spears and her boys.

For the first time in nearly two months, the beleaguered pop star had face-to-face contact with sons Sean Preson and Jayden James, during a Saturday morning, court-monitored visit, sources confirm to E! News.

The boys, who have primarily resided at Federline’s home in Tarzana since October, were packed into his gray Dodge Viper truck by a bodyguard and shuttled to Spears’ home on the Studio City/Beverly Hills border around 9 a.m.

The visit is scheduled to last until noon.

Aside from Spears and a court-appointed monitor, there are several other key personnel on hand, including: Britney’s father, Jamie Spears; a Federline security guard; and a lawyer from the Luce Forward law firm, which is handling Britney’s conservatorship for Jamie Spears.

According to an insider, the 26-year-old pop star cannot take the boys, ages two and one, into another room without the others watching.

The ground rules for the visitation were hammered out Friday night, by lawyers for Luce Forward and ex-husband Kevin Federline.

“None of this would have happened if Jamie Spears had not been involved. That’s for sure,” Federline attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told E! News Friday. “He gets a lot of credit for helping make this happen. But we’ve worked very hard with the conservator lawyers, as well, to make this all work.”

Federline has had sole custody since October, and Spears hasn’t seen Sean and Jayden since Jan. 3, after she refused to allow Federline’s bodyguard to pick up the boys after one of her monitored visits and she ended up under observation at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

The troubles songstress was stripped of her visitation privileges and has only been allowed to contact the boys by phone.


Aww — words can’t express how she must have felt seeing those boys for the first time in weeks. So happy for you Britney.

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