With her long blonde locks, and tight-fitting black dress, Britney Spears made a stunning guest at the nuptials of her older brother Bryan, Mail Online reported.
Pictured with sons Jayden James, 2, and Preston, 3, in the newly released pictures, the singer looked relaxed and happy as she posed before ahead of her brother's intimate family wedding in Louisiana.
Sean and Jayden spent some quality time with Britney and grandmother Lynne Spears before they watched their uncle tie the knot to fiancee Graciella Sanchez, 36, at New Orlean’s landmark Latrobe’s on Royal on New Year's Eve.
Graciella is the longtime manager of Britney’s little sister, Jamie Lynn, who, along with parents Jamie and Lynn, was also at the intimate ceremony.
'It was beautiful,' a source told People magazine about the wedding.
'It was only close family, very small and intimate.'
After posing for a family portrait the boys played with their mother, dancing with props of wrapping-paper rolls, reported website BritneySpears.com, where the pictures were first posted.
The singer is preparing for her international tour, with special guest stars The Pussycat Dolls and maybe an appearance from old friend and mentor Madonna.
Meanwhile a report from the US has claimed Britney voluntarily gave up the fight to regain custody of her boys in exchange for regaining her career.
Last year, as plans for her upcoming concert tour were being formalised, Britney's camp discovered that because of the star's troubled history, they would not get insurance to cover her tour unless she was still under the conservatorship of her father Jamie Spears.
Britney's father has been handling the star's affairs since her well-publicised meltdown last year.
Until that point, the plan was for the conservatorship to be lifted on December 31, followed apparently by Britney, heading to family court with a petition to regain custody of Preston and Jayden.
But a source told OK!: 'The insurance situation changed everything.'
On October 28 the singer agreed to indefinitely accept her father as her conservator – a decision which meant she would still legally be considered a child.
Meaning as such, no judge could give her custody of her children, nor would her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, agree to it.
Britney's father Jamie Spears receives $16,000 a month for looking after her affairs after a judge recently gave him a 60 per cent pay rise.
The 56-year-old former chef gave up his job to help his daughter get her life back together after a series of high-profile meltdowns and has had control over her affairs since February.
A court review of his payments said that for helping her through her turbulent period, this should be increased by $6,000.