It sounds like this split really IS friendly! Jason Trawick may have ended his engagement to Britney Spears, but not only will the two stay on friendly terms, Jason also plans to stay involved in the lives of Britney’s sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. A source said:
“Jason adores [Britney's] kids; he loves them. He was like their ‘other dad,’ so he’s not just going to walk away from their lives. He’ll be involved as much as makes sense.”
The boys are said to managing the break-up okay. Their father, Kevin Federline, has helped keep things stable. The source said:
“[the boys] are doing great and [their father] Kevin [Federline] is actually a huge help and is a wonderful person in their lives.”
So it sounds like the rumors that one reason for Britney’s and Jason’s split was because she wanted kids and he didn’t isn’t necessarily true.
“Jason is genuinely open to kids of his own. There were so many issues in their relationship that Jason really wanted those worked out before they could ever move forward with a wedding or more kids together. There were some major challenges and hurdles and constant work that needed to be done. … It just wasn’t working and things weren’t going to change, so it was time to let go.”
Jason, who used to be Britney’s agent before they started dating and quit his job to be with her after they got engaged, is said to only be leaving with the money he earned from ‘X Factor.’
“Jason devoted a few years of his life to be Britney’s main caretaker, and a year to being her legal co-conservator, but is walking away from the relationship with nothing but the money he earned from ‘The X Factor’ and that is totally OK by him. He made it clear to [her dad] Jamie Spears and Britney that he wasn’t a charity case and didn’t want or need any of her money.”
Good for him!
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