Britney Spears’ Sons Plan to Move to Hawaii with their Dad Kevin Federline

Kevin Federline, the ex-husband of Britney Spears, is reportedly making plans to relocate their two sons to Hawaii, seeking a more private life away from the intense scrutiny surrounding their mother.

Sources with direct knowledge revealed that Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, sent a letter to Britney’s lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, inquiring about her willingness to allow Jayden James and Sean Preston to move to Hawaii permanently with their father and stepmother, Victoria Prince.

The request requires a response from Britney by the end of the week.

In the event that Britney opposes the move, Kaplan will seek permission from the judge.

Given the prolonged period of time in which Britney has been unable to see her children and their expressed desire to leave Los Angeles, it is likely that the judge will grant approval for the relocation.

However, sources indicate that a courtroom battle is improbable, as Britney is expected to comply with the move. Victoria has received a job offer from a university in Hawaii, and Kevin has DJ opportunities lined up in the state. Additionally, the children themselves are enthusiastic about the prospect of making the transition. The planned departure from Los Angeles to Hawaii is scheduled for July.

While Jayden, who is 16 years old, will continue his studies remotely, it remains unclear what plans 17-year-old Sean Preston has regarding his education after the move. As the children have primarily been under the care of Kevin and Victoria for an extended period, the relocation is not expected to cause significant disruptions to their routines.

Previously, Jayden and Sean were absent from Britney’s wedding last year. Months later, Britney addressed the challenges she faced in her relationship with her children, responding dismissively to Jayden’s expressed wish for her to improve.

The impending move to Hawaii signifies a new chapter for the Spears-Federline family, offering the children a chance at a more secluded existence while their parents pursue professional opportunities.


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