Britney Spears shocked the entertainment world when she announced she’s pregnant. The pop star fought hard to rid herself of the conservatorship and now she’s ready for a new chapter in life. Recently, she opened up about her fears around motherhood.

Spears revealed on Instagram that she and her partner Sam Asghari are expecting their first child together on Monday. In the post, the Toxic singer revealed that she found out about the pregnancy after gaining weight following the pair’s luxurious getaway to Hawaii.

Spears also referred to Asghari as her husband after they seemingly secretly married this year. In the post, the singer also revealed that she suffered perinatal depression when she was previously pregnant, adding: “I have to say it is absolutely horrible.”

However, she did note that society has changed, and that it is now more common and accepted for women to talk about their struggles with perinatal depression. She candidly talked about some of her fears about the type of mother she will be to her unborn child.

Britney admitted that she’s “scared to make a mistake.” She wrote, “With a baby on the way, my thought this morning was ‘I’m so scared to make a mistake… will I be thoughtful enough? Will I be instinctive enough???” She added that she and her own mother Lynne Spears “always butted heads” but that Lynne was a “mindful mother.”

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