Britney Spears fans will get to relive the biggest moments of the pop star's career when the Lifetime TV movie Britney Ever After premieres on Saturday night. According to US Weekly, the movie will also include Spears' 2004 wedding day to Kevin Federline, so what is the real Kevin Federline up to now? According to his Instagram account, the former reality TV star and rapper has been spending time being a proud father to his six kids, being a DJ at clubs, and enjoying life with wife Victoria Prince.
Last month, Federline shared an Instagram photo of his six children, which including the two sons he had with Spears: Sean Preston and Jayden James. "2017 squad!" Federline wrote in the caption on Instagram, with the hashtag #thefedz. "They're getting so big... Grandma took this pic at Jordan's first bball game Saturday." According to People, the photo also includes Kori and Kaleb, his kids with ex-fiancée Shar Jackson, and his daughters Jordan and Peyton with Prince. In 2016, the Daily Mail published photos of Federline and Spears spending time with their sons together, showing that are currently friendly exes after their divorce in 2007.
Last year, he told VLAD TV in an interview that there is no hard feelings between himself and Spears. "Obviously, things didn't work out the way that they were supposed to," Federline said. "But everything's OK, you know, like, life happens ... That was a whole different lifestyle than I ever imagined."
In her 2008 documentary Britney: For the Record, Spears discussed her marriage to Federline: "I think I married for the wrong reasons. Instead of following my heart and doing something that made me really happy, I just did it for the idea of everything."
These days, Federline's Instagram account is filled with photos of his adorable children, alongside images promoting his nightclub and gentleman's club gigs as a DJ. According to the TMZ, Federline began DJing in 2015, and his IG account boasts his gigs at places like Sapphire New York, Decadence New Year's Eve in Arizona, and Sungria in El Paso, Texas.
Last month, he wrote on Instagram that he was happy to be back making music. "My journey back into music hasn't been easy by any means," Federline wrote in a caption accompanying an Instagram photo of him presumably DJing. "Been [working] my ass off for 3 years now and still [working] my way up from the depths. If you truly believe in yourself you will accomplish the impossible."
To refresh your memory, Federline and Spears tied the knot in 2004 and he pursued a short-lived rap career after their divorce, which included the 2006 album Playing With Fire and its first single "PopoZão." He also appeared in the reality TV series Celebrity Fit Club, the Aussie weight loss series Excess Baggage, and he even had a cameo in American Pie: The Book of Love.
Lifetime's Britney Ever After will show a reimagination of Federline and Spears' wedding, according to US Weekly, and you can check out which parts of of their relationship make it in to the movie when it premieres on Saturday night.