According to a new story, Britney Spears’s mother, Lynne Spears, wants her daughters to make up.
“Lynne is begging Britney to make amends with her sister, Jamie Lynn, right now,” a source told the Daily Mail.
“They are both leaning toward a yes. Lynne knows that Britney does miss her sister, and she told her that the feeling is obviously mutual.”
However, the insider stated that Britney, 41, is still hesitant to reunite with Jamie Lynn, 32, and is waiting for an apology before even contemplating it.
“Britney still feels that Jamie Lynn is the one who messed up, and if they are going to meet, she would need to come to her and not vice versa,” the source told the outlet.
Lynne, 68, is “figuring out now how to make this happen,” and she is “not going to rest until everything is perfect again” in the family.
However, a second source stated that the Spears matriarch is not hurrying to repair her daughters’ relationship because Lynne and Britney are still dealing with personal concerns.
“Lynne knows that it still will take time to get back on the same page and fall into all the right places their relationship needs to be,” the second insider told the Daily Mail.
Lynne is putting in “100 percent effort” to continue “strengthening” her relationship with Britney, according to the source.
“With all of the drama that they have dealt with in the last couple of years with each other, Lynne’s recent meeting with Britney was a promising step in the right direction for better days ahead,” the source said.
For three years, the “Toxic” singer was estranged from her mother, but they reconciled last month. Britney later gushed about meeting “sweet” Lynne during her California visit.
“With family, there’s always things that need to be worked out … but time heals all wounds !!! And after being able to communicate what I’ve held in for an extremely long time, I feel so blessed we were able to try to make things RIGHT !!! I love you so much !!!” she wrote on Instagram.
Britney, however, still remains in conflict with her younger sister.
The Grammy winner claimed Jamie Lynn “exploited her for monetary gain” by using Britney’s name nearly 300 times in her January 2022 memoir, “Things I Should Have Said.”
Britney also accused the “Zoey 101” star of not assisting her in getting out of the conservatorship that their father, Jamie Spears, placed her in in February 2008. After 13 years, the legal agreement was finally canceled in November 2021.