Celebrity couple Britney Spears and Sam Asghari to exchange vows today, in intimate ceremony

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Celebrity pop singer Britney Spears and her model-actor fiancé Sam Asghari are set to exchange vows, in a small and intimate ceremony, on Thursday, June 9, according to sources. The celebrity couple have been engaged from September, when Britney showed off a custom engagement ring that was given to her by Sam, as he proposed to her.

Earlier, sources close to the pop princess told TMZ that both Britney and Sam will get married, on Thursday. The guests will be few, about a hundred people. Her brother Bryan is expected to attend the wedding but her mother, father and sister Jamie Lynn, will not be present.

The source also told the outlet that it had not been decided on who will give Britney away. Final details were still being ironed out. There was no information provided about her wedding gown, accessories, makeup and more. However, the diva herself had posted about a visit by designer Donatella Versace, this March.

On Wednesday, Britney released a teaser of the events to follow, without giving specific details. She showed her nails in photos and they looked ready for a wedding. They just needed a ring to be slipped on a finger to make it picture perfect. Britney and her fiancé Sam rode around town sipping champagne.

Since their engagement, Britney and Sam have been liivng la dolce vita. They have traveled to Cabo, Cancun, Hawaii and Las Vegas. They have posted photos of jet skiing as well as dining out in style. They also posted photos of the lavish suites they occupied, while on holiday.



Despite all these fun activities, after an almost 13-year old conservatorship and more, the couple also suffered as Britney faced a miscarriage, a few weeks ago. However, the celebrity couple who are very much in love and show their PDA online said that they would keep trying to have a baby.


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