Since leaving rehab on Tuesday, Britney has been spending quiet time at home, receiving visits from her children and estranged husband Kevin.
In the low-key days since Britney checked out of Malibu’s Promises treatment center, Kevin and their sons Sean Preston, 1, and Jayden James, 6 months, visited Britney once, and the children came with a nanny another time.
Kevin, who cared for the boys during the four weeks Britney was at Promises, hopes to continue doing so until he believes her rehab follow-through is working, a source said on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, he’s planning to go to Las Vegas this weekend to celebrate his 29th birthday at Caesars Palace’s Pure Nightclub, returning three weeks after a visit there with the kids while Britney was in rehab. Britney is not expected at the party.
Before her stint in Promises, Britney was working on a new album for release this year. R&B star Ne-Yo had been slated to work with her, but he tells People magazine: “The Britney stuff is on the back burner right now because Britney is fighting her battles and dealing with her demons. I really think if people leave Britney alone for a minute that she’ll be alright.”
Still, he says, he has heard some of her new songs and “musically she definitely has a chance to come back.”
“Now she’s got to do what Whitney did,” he says. “She has to take the time to get the negativity out of her life so that she can come back and do what people love her for in the first place.”
Best wishes to Britney!