Pop Star Britney Spears has revealed that she and her boyfriend Sam Asghari are engaged. The couple shared the news of engagement on Instagram. The couple first met on the set of Britney’s ‘Slumber Party’ music video back in 2016. Britney shared a video of hers where she can be seen flaunting the giant gem on her ring finger standing next to Sam.
In the video, Britney is dressed in a pink dress and is also wearing a choker. Will showing off the rings, she gives a peck on Sam’s cheek. “I can’t f-king believe it !!!!!!” she captioned a video with several ring emojis and a heart emoji.
Sam, is a personal trainer and has appeared on the show ‘Black Monday’. He also shared a photo of the two of them kissing and the 39-year-old pop icon showing off her ring. He captioned the photo with king and queen emoji.
Two days back, 27-year-old beau of Spears surprised everyone when he posted a picture of the giant ring and later deleting it, saying his account was hacked. Britney’s fans flooded social media with congratulatory messages after Sam posted a picture of a diamond ring with the inscription ‘lioness’, on his Instagram Story.
However, the fitness trainer denied the rumours of popping the question to his long-time lady love Britney by saying that “the account got hacked” and the ring picture was “photoshopped”. The rumours of two getting engaged sparked after Asghari was spotted browsing engagement rings at Cartier in Beverly Hills.
Sporting a navy blue tracksuit and sneakers, Sam was spotted ring shopping at high-end jeweller Cartier in Los Angeles on September 2. Last month, Britney praised her “cute a-hole” of a boyfriend on social media.
The 39-year-old singer was previously married to Jason Alexander for 55 hours in 2004, and backup dancer Kevin Federline from 2004 to 2007. She co-parents sons Preston and Jayden with Kevin.
Meanwhile, the ‘Toxic’ singer has been fighting in court against a 13-year-old conservatorship over her personal and financial affairs’s. Britney’s father Jamie Spears on Tuesday filed a petition in a court asking the judge to entirely end the conservatorship.