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Britney Spears compares the magazine covers she photographed before and after her 13-year conservatorship

On Saturday, Grammy-winner Britney Spears shared two video montages of magazine covers she recorded before and during her 13-year conservatorship, which ended Nov. 12.

The 40-year-old mother-of-two, who regularly posts nearly nude snaps of herself, clearly preferred the scantily clad covers she shot for magazines like FHM and Rolling Stone.

Britney was far less enthusiastic about the way she appeared on the more conservative covers she photographed for Marie Claire and Lucky Magazine while under the tight scrutiny of her estranged father, Jamie Spears.

Spears – who has 155.9million social media followers – sarcastically captioned the video: “The [13] Years of security have been so good for my confidence! You made me feel so PURTY!’

The Hold Me Closer hitmaker also captioned the conservative video, “Can my a** Murica,” which may have been her way of writing, “Kiss my a** America!”

Britney could technically have regained her independence from the 70-year-old former contractor, but they’re still currently involved in a restorer’s abuse case.

A week ago, Spears wrote in a post that she ‘probably won’t perform again’, which ended up telling Jamie to kiss my goddamn shit you motherfucker.’

The Mississippi-born beauty wrote Saturday that she’s once again vacationing in Maui and posted a video of herself dancing solo to her 2007 song Get Naked as well as to Justin Bieber and Indila.

Britney was joined in Hawaii by her third husband Sam Asghari, whom she married on June 9 after meeting on the set of their 2016 Slumber Party music video.

The 28-year-old Iranian released a shirtless sauna video on Sunday, revealing he’s working out to “prepare for something really cool at the end of this month.”

This year Sam has had acting roles in James Cullen Bressack’s thriller Hot Seat with Mel Gibson, Mike Whitmire’s YouTube comedy series PBC and Hulu’s Dollface.

Meanwhile, Spears is next set to play a mystery role in Sam Levinson, Reza Fahim and The Weeknd’s six-part drama The Idol, which premieres on HBO in November.

The former Mouseketeer also signed a $15 million deal with Simon & Schuster in February to publish her telltale memoir in 2023, which finished in July.

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