Britney Spears Says She Hopes Her Sons 'Never' Have to Experience Fame

Britney Spears has "no regrets" about her early rise to fame, but she's uncertain if she wants her two sons, Sean, 10, and Jayden, 9, to go through all that.
During an interview on The Cooper Lawrence Show at 106.1 BLI, which aired on Thursday morning, Spears shared that her boys think her job is "cool," but they have no idea what goes into being the princess of pop. "I think the magnitude of it and the fame thing, I don't think they've really comprehended what that would even be like," the 34-year-old singer explained.
She added, "Hopefully they never will, because it's kind of much."
When asked if she would "undo" her fame, Spears responded simply, " regrets."
Just days after performing at the MTV Video Music Awards, Spears gave a mini concert, which included her hit "Make Me," in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the Today show. "I don't really see it as a comeback," Spears, who just released her new album Glory last week, told Today. "I think I've never really left. I've always been here. So (it's) just like ... maybe a reinvention of myself and just a different time in my life -- a really good, glorious time."