It’s been three months since Britney Spears split from her fiancé Jason Trawick, but the Toxic singer didn’t spend much time moping about the failed romance, instead she got right back into the swing of things and met her now boyfriend Dave Lucado.
The new couple have been inseparable since their first public outing in February when they were spotted enjoying a romantic Valentine’s Day meal to a sushi restaurant.
Since then, the pair have been snapped on several other cosy dates, including a sporting day trip to a local golf course, and Brit is said to have already introduced her new man to her two sons Sean Preston and Jayden.
"Kevin doesn’t want the kids to think that any man that Britney dates will replace him as a father figure. This is the second man she has had staying at her house and he fears it could upset the children," a source told Star magazine.
"Ultimately he has Brit and their kids’ best interest at heart but he think she’s diving in too soon with Dave and she needs to slow down," adds the source.
Despite Kevin’s worries, Britney has been telling friends how fond she is off Dave and that she loves the fact he’s just a normal guy with a farm in Virginia.
Kevin and Britney split in 2007 after just two years of marriage and they now both co-parent their sons, attending events for their two boys together where it seems Kevin probably voiced his concerns.
"They have had more time to chat at the children’s soccer games recently and Kevin told her he isn’t happy about her bringing in another man into their lives so soon after Jason," the source continued.
"Kevin is conscious of the impact it will have on their lives and wants their upbringing to be as stable as possible."
Source: Star Magazine
Thursday, April 11, 2013
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