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She’s stronger than yesterday.

Britney Spears has stepped out in public for the first time since last month’s release of the controversial Hulu documentary, “Framing Britney Spears.”

The 39-year-old pop superstar looked cheery as she went for a walk in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Tuesday with boyfriend Sam Asghari, and one of her two sons with ex-husband, Kevin Federline, 14-year-old Jayden.

Britney appeared in good spirits — even stopping by an Easter bunny statue to pose for a pic — just a day before her conservatorship battle raged on in the courtroom.

On Wednesday, Britney’s attorneys, her father, Jamie Spears, and mother, Lynne Spears, attended a hearing that was meant to discuss the conservatorship over her estate.

Currently, Jamie, 68, and financial company Bessemer Trust oversee the accounts. However, these matters were pushed back to an already pending April 27 court date.

At the hearing, Britney’s attorney, Sam Ingham III, stated he also plans to file a request to make Jodi Montgomery, the permanent conservator of “the person,” meaning Britney. Montgomery, a care manager, has been temporary conservator since 2019. Ingham’s request will also be reviewed and discussed on April 27.

Britney’s father, Jamie, was the previous conservator, until he handed off his duties to Montgomery temporarily, citing health issues.

Ingham has expressed in previous court documents that Britney is allegedly “afraid” of her dad and therefore wants him removed as conservator.

Despite all of this drama, Britney appears to be keeping a positive attitude. Sources previously told Page Six that she was left “emotional” but “hopeful” after seeing parts of the “Framing Britney Spears” documentary, which covered the media and public scrutiny she faced throughout her career.


Britney Spears steps out in California.


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