After years of open conflict, Britney Spears and her estranged mother, Lynne, may be close to patching up their troubled bond.
Following the shocking debut of a new docuseries describing Britney's life post-conservatorship, Lynne reportedly went to Los Angeles on May 24 to reestablish contact with her pop star daughter.
Prior to a brief meeting with her daughter's friend and manager, Cade Hudson, at his house, the 68-year-old was seen arriving at LAX. The mother-daughter team and Britney's husband, Sam Asghari, reportedly hung around for about 30 minutes at Britney's mansion after she took an Uber there.
An insider revealed to a news site that Britney was aware of her mother's visit because the two have been "texting more frequently" lately.
The Toxic singer famously fell out with her mother after she asked to be released from her 13-year conservatorship and claimed that everyone in her family had taken advantage of her.
Lynne tried to reach out to the singer of Hold Me Closer last year, but she was promptly rejected.
After the conservatorship ended in November 2021, Lynne publicly apologised to Britney in October 2022 for whatever "pain" she might have gone through.
"I have been sorry for years!" Lynne highlighted in response to Britney noting in a long post that “a genuine apology would help give [her] closure” in their family feud.
"I miss you and adore you so much!" At that time, Lynne continued, requesting that her daughter "unblock" her so that they may speak face-to-face.