Britney Spears supported for “self-care” in a new social media post.
The 39-year-old singer uploaded a picture on her Instagram account Monday which expressed, “Sometimes self-care is the simple act of doing nothing.” She inscribed the pic with three sandwich emoticons.
The post could be a reference to the photograph she uploaded on Friday. In that message to fans, Spears talked about her weight throughout the years.
The “Toxic” singer shared close-up photographs of her face, displaying her slimmed-down look.
“It’s really weird whenever I try to slim down it usually starts with my legs first … then my stomach … then my face … and that’s when I know I’ve actually lost weight !!!!” Spears began in the post’s caption.
“When you swipe to the second pic you can actually really see how slim my face is but I’m not so sure I like it,” Spears admitted before explaining why.
“In the old days when women were heavier they were considered more attractive to men because it was a sign of wealth !!!!” she stated.
Spears proceeded to say that she “a couple of throwback dances from this summer” where she “looked heavier.” “But it’s weird cause I think I was happier !!!!” Spears added.
“Oh well … sorry for my shallow talk of weight … but it is what it is you know !!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL !!!!!” Spears concluded.
Fans rushed to praise the pop star. “You’re beautiful no matter what you weigh,” wrote one person. “You’re perfect just the way you are,” said another.
Last week, Spears had a significant improvement happen in her conservatorship case. Spears’ dad, Jamie, consented to step down as the “Gimme More” singer’s conservator once a proper plan is put into place, Fox News affirmed.
Spears still can’t seem to comment publicly on her dad’s decision.
The two have been secured a court fight in the course of recent years as the singer attempts to recover control of her life.
Jamie has controlled Spears’ conservatorship since 2009 after she went through a series of involuntary psychiatric holds.
She recently called the conservatorship “abusive” and said it’s left her “traumatized” and “depressed.”
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