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Former pop star Britney Spears’ conservatorship will be dissolved in February, leaving her as a single woman.
In a video message shared on Twitter on Saturday, Spears said that her 14-year-old sister, Jamie Lynn, will also “no longer be living” with her.
“Thank you for all your prayers,” Spears said. “Everything is going to be okay and I’m sure you know that.”
Spears, 36, is the most searched-for person in 2018, per a recent Nielsen study.
Per the court order, Spears is legally allowed to have her own trust and title her assets once she is no longer under a conservatorship.
Britney Spears split from her ex-boyfriend Charlie Ebersol in 2016, following her breakdown in 2008 after undergoing a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation.
Reps for Spears did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.