Britney Spears was granted a change in her visitation schedule with sons Sean Preston and Jayden James Federline at a custody hearing on Tuesday.
The troubled pop star was looking for overnight visits with the little rascals, and we've learned that has been granted under certain conditions!
Both Britney Spears and Kevin Federline exited the courtroom hearing in good spirits. Britney, Kevin and his attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, all smiled and conversed with celebrity news reporters as they left the building.
No sign of K-Fed's Vegas girlfriend, however.
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline separated in late 2006 and divorced in 2007.
The judge in the case, Commissioner Scott L. Gordon, told the attorneys that he was "very pleased with the progress on both sides.""There was a change in visitation status that was ordered by Commissioner Gordon," L.A. Superior Court spokesperson Alan Parachini said. "I'm not at liberty to answer any questions about the nature of that change, however."
Britney Spears has been seeking some sort of expanded visitation rights with two of America's favorite celebrity babies, Sean Preston and Jayden James.
Our guess is that she will have the rights to overnight visits about once a week - at her home, with her father Jamie Spears also present.
In related news, Laura Wasser is now back as Britney Spears' attorney in the custody case. Wasser was Spears' lawyer earlier in the case, but went and dumped Brit as a client after Spears repeatedly ignored her advice.