Poor Brit's ‘pining' for her ex


Britney Spears apparently “still misses” her ex-boyfriend.

The 32-year-old pop star’s relationship with David Lucado ended two months ago and it seems her children are also feeling the impact. According to Radar Online, her sons Sean Preston(9) and Jayden James(7) are missing the time they spent with “everyday Dave” since the beginning of the romance in March 2013. “She has also said that her kids miss him, and it’s kinda sad,” a source told the website. The two boys, who Britney had with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, were often pictured out and about with David and no doubt a bond was formed. However, pining over an old love is not about to cause Britney to jump straight back into the dating game.

 ‘She has also said that her kids miss him, and it’s kinda sad’

“Britney says she is done with men for now because they all cheat!” Radar was also told, no doubt referring to the singer’s allegations that David was unfaithful.

The Toxic hitmaker has had a long line of previous love interests, including her former manager Jason Trawick and Jessica Biel’s current husband Justin Timberlake.

Apparently the songstress has decided to take a break from meeting anyone else and focus only on raising her two young sons.

“She is not going to let another man into her life because she has two young men as it is that love her very much. She says that is all the man she needs for now,” the insider said.

This comes after Britney joked that she had joined popular dating app Tinder during her appearance on The Tonight Show earlier in September.

Revealing her new dating methods to host Jimmy Fallon, she laughed that she was “thrilled”.

Meanwhile, Britney’s career continues to maintain a healthy speed with her on-going Piece of Me residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

She is also rumoured to be taking a step back into the acting world, with reports that she is set to play tennis pro Andy Murray’s girlfriend Kim Sears in a new comedy sketch for a televised Stand Up To Cancer charity event.

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