In a heartbreaking statement, Britney Spears acknowledges the loss of her baby.

Britney Spears announced the loss of her “miracle baby” in a sad statement she made one month after first revealing she was expecting.

The 40-year-old singer sent a statement on her Instagram account on Saturday in which she shared the devastating news. The couple had previously revealed they were expecting their first child together before getting engaged last month.

We must report that we have lost our miraculous baby early in the pregnancy, the note said, “with the deepest anguish.”

“This would be a nightmare situation for any parent.  We definitely should have waited till we were farther along, but we couldn’t contain our excitement over the wonderful news.”

The couple said that they would keep trying to get pregnant.

“Our love for one another is our power.  We’ll keep working to expand our great family. We value your help in any way. Please be mindful of our desire for privacy during this difficult time.”

The letter was signed by Britney and her fiancé.

“We are grateful for what we have while developing our beautiful family,” she said in the photo’s description. “Thank you for your support,”

Sam commented on Britney’s post with the following phrase: “We shall have a miracle soon.”

Last month, Britney announced her pregnancy on Instagram.

“I lost so much weight to go on my Maui trip just to gain it back,” she wrote at the time. I thought “Geez… Why did I suddenly feel sick in my stomach? My spouse yelled, ‘No, you’re a food pregnant, fool.’  I did a pregnancy test as a result. I am therefore expecting a child.”

Britney’s only children from her first marriage to Kevin Federline are Jayden, 15, and Sean, 16.

The ‘Toxic’ singer has been informing followers on Instagram about her pregnancy for the past three weeks.

In a recent piece, she discussed her mood swings and appetite.

“Because I’m pregnant, my hormones are kind of insane… But it’s odd because I want to exit the automobile in a naked manner like Will Ferrell did in ‘Old School.’”

Sam and Spears originally worked together on her Slumber Party music video in October 2016, and they soon began dating.

They got engaged in the end of September 2021.

Britney claimed in 2017 that she was compelled to utilize birth control during the 13 years of her conservatorship, which came to an end in November.

Britney vocally opposed her conservatorship at a hearing in June of last year, saying the restrictive regime she was subjected to had “traumatized” her.

She said, “I can’t sleep, and I’m not happy.  I’m so enraged it’s insane. And I’m depressed. I’ve experienced trauma. I simply want my life back.”

“I don’t want to be criticized. I want this conservatorship to end. This conservatorship is doing me more harm than good.  I deserve to enjoy life because I’ve worked hard my entire life.”

The performer of the popular song “Sometimes” said that her father and the conservatorship team had forbade her from getting married or having children with her lover.

Britney claimed her conservators compelled her to obtain an IUD as a form of birth control even though she wanted to “get married and have a baby,” which is why she is currently unable to have children.

She continued, “I have an IUD in me to prevent pregnancy, but [my team] does not want me to have any more children.”

She demanded that her father and others in charge of her conservatorship be “jailed” and called her circumstances “abusive.”

“I sincerely believe that this conservatorship is inappropriate.”

The speaker declared, “My dad and everyone involved in this conservatorship, including my managers, they need to be in jail.”

Following Britney’s virtual court appearance, Jamie Spears’ legal team claimed that he “loves his daughter very much.”

He expressed his regret at witnessing his daughter go through such pain and suffering.