Britney Spears is enjoying vacation.
The 39-year-old pop star took to Instagram on Thursday night to reveal she’s embarked on a new adventure.
“Arriving on a private island,” she captioned a photo of herself posing on a runway in front of a helicopter. “The weather is nice here but waaaayyy too hot !!! “
For her travels, the “Toxic” singer donned brown shoes and a black jacket over her outfit. Her ensemble was completed with a large sun hat and dark sunglasses.
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She posed with a smile on her face and one arm in the air while the other clutched her things.
The post also included a video featuring clips from his tropical adventure.
The video begins before Spears boards his plane.
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“We’re getting into a helicopter,” she says in the video, making a fearful face.
“Helicopter experience,” she adds later, showing the exterior of her ride. ” Here we are. “
Then come some pictures of its destination. It is not known where Spears was heading, but the small island featured lots of green foliage, a large structure visible from afar, and sandy beaches while nestling in clear blue waters.
Spears has clearly shown his affinity for the tropics. Over the summer, she traveled to Maui and shared several photos and videos from her trip to the island.
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Spears is in the process of trying to break free from his tutelage, which had seen his father Jamie overseeing his daily life for over a decade.
Jamie was suspended from his position as curator by Judge Brenda Penny last month.
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The move came after Spears’ explosive testimony in court which saw his allegations of lobbying oppressive and disturbing behavior against his father, which led to a judge granting him the opportunity to engage his own representation.
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She quickly hired Mathew Rosengart, who oversaw her case and worked to help end the guardianship for weeks now.