Britney Spears, 37, shows off her incredible curves and famous abs as she reclines by her jacuzzi – The Sun

BRITNEY Spears, 37, has proudly shown off her incredible curves and famous abs as she reclined by her jacuzzi.

The pop superstar looked sensational as she stretched out in front of a pool on her solo holiday.

Britney revealed her toned stomach and thighs as she relaxed by her jacuzzi.

The mum-of-two looked stylish in a bright yellow bikini as she sprawled out against a stunning desert backdrop.

Toxic star Britney is currently in a relationship with aspiring actor Sam Asghari, 25.

She sent fans into a frenzy with her swimwear post.

One wrote: "Stunning views," while a second added: "Still a fantasy."

A third commented: "You are so beautiful Britney," a fourth said: "That makes my day."

Britney owes her trim figure to her rigorous gym workouts –  almost daily.

She regularly posts videos on social media doing weight training as well as dancing.




She updated her fans about her exercise regime last week, writing: "On a much needed vacay by myself !!!! I was so excited I found a great gym ……there were private mini rooms in the gym so you could box and lift … it was great day !!!!!

With her hair tied up in pony tail, she showed off her muscly figure and toned legs and arms – and her washboard stomach complete with six-pack and belly button diamond.

Britney has been facing personal turmoil for a while.

According to reports from TMZ, the singer's former husband Kevin Federline, 41, has been granted 70% custody of their children; Jayden James, 12, and Sean Preston, while she will have only have 30% unsupervised custodial rights.


Previously, the former couple shared custody of their boys 50/50 and according to TMZ, her father Jamie is also being investigated for allegedly abusing her 13-year-old son. 

The popstar's dad is claimed to have had a "physical altercation" with her eldest son Sean.

Britney married Kevin in 2004 and welcomed two sons with the backing dancer before they separated in 2007.




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