Britney Spears' ex-husband, Kevin Federline, has reportedly agreed to let the troubled pop singer see their two sons, but only if the singer's mother, Lynne Spears, gives the go-ahead first, celebrity news sites are reporting.
Britney's mom is currently looking after Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, while Federline attends New York Fashion Week events.
A source said: "K-Fed and Lynne get along really well. He hopes Lynne can help Britney have some face time with her kids. He knows however confused Brit gets, she'll always love those two kids with all her heart."
Britney previously accused K-Fed of boning Lynne. While this is likely just crazy talk, Federline and the elder Spears have always gotten along well.
Hectic life with Britney Spears exposed Sean Preston and Jayden James Federline to quite a lot, but father Kevin still wants the boys to be part of her life.
Kevin Federline has full custody of Sean Preston and Jayden James, a fact not likely to change unless Britney demonstrates serious mental improvement.
Meanwhile, the court has granted Britney's father, Jamie Spears, the power to ax her business manager, Howard Grossman, as of a hearing Thursday.
Jamie Spears, who is legally Britney's co-conservator, reportedly requested additional powers over his troubled daughters affairs.
Britney's parents dislike Grossman because of his close ties with the star's close friend and self-proclaimed manager, Sam Lutfi.
Under the powers of the conservatorship, Jamie Spears is able to restrict the visitors Britney receives and has the right to approve contracts.
Jamie and Lynne Spears hope the measures approved by the court will allow them to calm the craziness that has surrounded the pop star.