Britney Spears enjoys first glass of red wine in 13 years after conservatorship ends

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Watch: 'That's long enough': Britney Spears reveals she enjoyed first glass of red wine for 13 years

Britney Spears has revealed she enjoyed her first glass of red wine in 13 years following the end of her conservatorship.

The pop princess’s conservatorship was finally wrapped up in late 2021, 13 years after it was set up and amid a huge fan campaign to "#freebritney".

In recent weeks, the US chart-topper has been opening up to her followers on social media about what her life has been like since them.

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After sharing a video showing her dancing to a Madonna song, she posted a picture of flowers and wrote on Instagram: “I’m sure it looks weird me dancing to @madonna so much… I see it… it’s like I’m not trying as much like I’m INDULGING... well that’s exactly what her music does to me!!!

“I mean I had my first glass of red wine last weekend!!! I’ve waited 13 years… that’s long enough!!!”

The star's conservatorship ended last year. (Getty)
The star's conservatorship ended last year. (Getty)

Apparently referring to some comments she had received online, the singer went on: “The sarcasm of me me me… my family taught me well by their actions… to be selfish and love thyself… play on!!! 

"In a world where we all have the right to speak… drive… buy alcohol… party… have cash… I apologise for INDULGING in front of the masses… and dancing a touch slower!!! I mean what was I thinking?? 

"Nobody’s perfect!!!”

Mum-of-two Spears' conservatorship was set up in 2008 and she has called it “demoralising and degrading”.

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The 'Toxic' singer, who turned 40 in December, was officially freed from the guardianship in November last year.

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