Britney Spears Sizzles at Sister Jamie Lynn Spears’ Wedding
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Britney Spears was dazzling at sister Jamie Lynn Spears’ wedding in New Orleans on Friday. The singer wore a low cut silver dress that hugged her in all the right places as she attended the wedding with her boyfriend David Lucado as well as with sons Jayden James and Sean Presley. Jamie Lynn Spears wore a Liancarlo v-neck wedding gown and sported a low bun updo for her big day.
Jamie Lynn Spears was escorted down the aisle by dad Jamie Spears with daughter Maddie by her side as her flower girl. Britney’s sons walked down the aisle side by side and served as the ring bearer for their aunt’s nuptials. Between 150 and 200 people attended the wedding that featured a five tiered wedding cake. The new Mr. and Mrs. Watson left the event in a limo and headed into downtown New Orleans to check out the bar scene. Jamie Lynn kept her wedding dress on but traded in her wedding shoes for a pair of far more comfortable UGGS.
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Britney Spears didn’t appear to have been part of the bar hopping. She seems to be a more doting mother these days and appears to have left her partying ways in her past. Britney was married twice–once for just 55 hours to friend Jason Alexander and years later to Kevin Federline, the father of both of her sons. This is the first marriage for Jamie Lynn Spears. Britney was spotted the day after the wedding on an outing with her sons and her niece–Jamie Lynn’s daughter–as seen in the video clip above.
Britney no doubt had to head back to Las Vegas shortly after her sister’s wedding where she is doing a residency at Caesar’s Palace. Her stint there includes 50 performances in two years for which she is being paid $15 million. That breaks down to about $300,000 per show. That’s not a bad pay day at all.
What do you suppose Britney Spears bought her little sister for a wedding gift?
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