‘It’s the little things’ | Britney Spears celebrates the end of her 13-year conservatorship

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RT published this video item, entitled “‘It’s the little things’ | Britney Spears celebrates the end of her 13-year conservatorship” – below is their description.

The little things we take for granted like owning car keys and ATM cards have JUST become a possibility for #BritneySpears as her 13-year conservatorship has finally come to an end

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