Jamie Lynn Spears shared her shot in which she was comforted in tears by her 3 year old daughter.
The “Zoey 101” star posted an audio clip twice on her Instagram account. There a little Ivy tried to assure the 30-year-old actress that everything was “ok”.
In a short clip, Ivy said, “Mom, you’re okay. Mom, you have to be okay. “
Her tearful mother replied, “Thank you, baby.”
Jamie Lynn split the audio first on a black screen and then again on a GIF. This prompted followers to “turn the sound on” to hear the exchange.
The clip came a few weeks after Jamie Lynn and her sister Britney Spears appeared to be targeting each other on their social media accounts.
The “Stronger” singer shared a dance video on Instagram last month with captions that seemed to mock the emotions expressed in a post from her sister earlier in the day.
Jamie Lynn shared a mirror selfie on her account with the caption, “May the peace of the Lord be with you and your spirit. [peace and heart emojis] (Sic) “
And shortly thereafter, Britney shared her dance video with her own religious message.
She writes: (Sic) “
According to Britney’s post, Jamie Lin removed the selfie label, leaving only the emoji.
The “Gimme More” hitmaker also accused her sister of participating in the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, surprisingly appeared in the tribute section and sang Britney’s track “Till the World End”.
She said, “I don’t like it when my sister shows up at the awards show and plays MY SONGS for the remix !!!!! My so-called support system hurt me deeply !!!! how it is)”
And at the beginning of the weekend, the “Circus” singer shared another important post that many fans thought they had dug up her sister, as her guardian until after a trial. Faced a backlash for failing to speak of Britney’s misfortune in June when pop stars branded the situation as “abuse”.
She commented in an Instagram video that she “loved, loved and supported” her pop star sister for years.
But Jamie Lynn claimed she always showed her support for her sister.
She said before: [#FreeBritney] I’ve made hashtag on public platforms, but I’m pretty sure I supported my sister long before the hashtag came out. I will support them for a long time afterwards. “