Britney Spears wants to adopt child from Malawi?

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Britney Spears is already mother to two fast-growing boys, Sean, 10, and Jayden, nine.Now comes word that the 34-year-old pop superstar is ready to expand her brood by adopting a little girl from Malawi.Britney, who has remained single since divorcing her children’s father Kevin Federline almost a decade ago, is yearning for a daughter and believes adoption is the way to go.

The Pieces Of Me singer believes it would be wonderful to give a disadvantaged youngster from the African nation a new start in America, reported the publication.Britney is also appears to be getting some encouragement from her friend Madonna, who has two adopted children, David and Mercy.’She’s considering adopting a little girl from Malawi,adding that she and Madonna have ‘discussed the process on several occasions.’

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The source added: ‘And she’s always wanted a daughter.’Britney is already a doting aunt to her brother Bryan’s little girl Sophia Alexandra, four. Although she is busy with her Las Vegas Piece Of Me residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, Britney always puts her children first and is a devoted mother.The Stronger hitmaker feels as though she has more love to give and would love to have another child in her home.

Away from her family plans, Britney has been busy recording her new album and has boasted it is the ‘best thing’ she has done in a ‘long time.”I’m proud of the work, and it’s very different,’ Britney told Spring 2016 issue. ‘It’s not what you would think at all. But I’m not rushing anything.’I just want it to be done right, so that my fans will truly appreciate it. I would much rather have it be completely how I want it to be, whether that takes another year for me to do, or two months. I have no idea at this point.’Honestly, I’m just particular with this record,’ Britney continued. ‘It’s my baby, and so I really want it done right. I just know that the direction I’m going in is so good. It’s the best thing I’ve done in a long time.’

Asmaa Mubita is a Kenyan journalist of international repute with over fifteen years of experience in broadcast journalism. Asmaa Mubita began his journalism career at the Kenyan state broadcaster (KBC) and later worked at the KTN owned by the Standard Group and Citizen Television, the flagship brand of Royal Media Services. These exploits together with his reporting experience with the Voice of America, CNN and BBC have been rewarded with local and global recognition.