Britney Spears is not letting her ankle injury prevent her from enjoying some fun in the sun.
Less than a week after she fell on stage and injured her ankle during a concert in Las Vegas, forcing her to cancel two shows, Spears is back in action.
A source tells ET on Monday that she started her day by attending her son's soccer game in Woodland Hills. At this time, she was seen wearing her ankle boot while spending time with boyfriend Charlie Ebersol.
After her son's game, the couple had a family day as they went to Malibu and spent time on the beach. Britney's mom Lynne, dad Jamie and sister Jamie Lynn were all said to be there as well.
While enjoying her time on the beach, Britney did not have her cast on and she even threw a football around.
The 33-year-old opened up to Ryan Seacrest on Monday about how her ankle is doing. "It's better now. I'm wearing a boot," she said. "[It's] sprained really bad. It's bruised up — I tore my ligament. It's very painful."
But in spite of the pain, the same source also tells ET that she appeared to be really happy with her boyfriend on the beach, and they were seen cuddling up together in a PDA moment.
It's a big day for Spears as her new single with Iggy Azalea, "Pretty Girls," officially debuted and is already on the road to becoming a summer anthem.
Spears opened up to Elvis Duran this morning about being a "huge fan" of the "Fancy" singer, sharing with the radio DJ the inspiration behind the song.
"I was thinking about my next single for my next album and what I was going to do and I wanted a girl anthem, something that was very girl empowering and was kind of funny," Spears said. "I thought a whole take on 'Valley Girls' and just kind of making fun of that whole thing would be kind of fun for us to do. She [Azalea] was really down with it."
"Pretty Girls" will make its TV debut when the duo performs at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 17.
Click below to see behind-the-scenes pics of Iggy and Britney on the set of their new music video for "Pretty Girls."