Britney says she ‘on cloud 9’ as father Jamie is suspended from conservatorship

Britney Spears has told her 34.3 million Instagram fans that she is "on cloud 9" – which followed the latest update on her conservatorship battle.

The 39-year-old pop princess opted not to mention the case specifically and instead shared a cryptic message which was accepted by her followers as some kind of celebration as her dad Jamie, 69, was suspended from the conservatorship.

In the video, Britney can be seen up in the air at the helm of a plane as a co-pilot distributed instructions.

Her caption read: "On cloud 9 right now!!!! First time flying a plane and first time in a prop plane!!!

"Geez I was scared!!! Pssss bringing the ship home, JL … Stay classy beautiful people!!!! New pics coming soon!!!!"

The upload sent her Free Britney movement fans into a frenzy as her comments section filled-up with praise and celebration.

"Britney, you did it! You made it! I love you," said one fan.

Another wrote: "This is your moment Brit. Live your life. You are free."

And a third penned: "FREEBRITNEY!!!"

While a fourth remarked: "Fly free queen."

Britney's post landed hours after her father Jamie had been suspended as the conservator of her estate after 13 years.

During the court hearing at Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny said Jamie Spears remaining in charge of his daughter's estate was "untenable" and "reflects a toxic environment".

As a result of the verdict, he was ordered to hand over documentation to John Zabel, a certified public accountant, who has now been appointed as temporary conservator for the singer's estate.

It was argued by Jamie's legal team that the conservatorship should instead be terminated.

He also urged that John did not have the qualifications to take over the songstress' $59, (£46m) fortune.

But this was overturned by the judge – who ultimately agreed with Britney's lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, and it was deemed to be in Britney's "best interests" for her father to be removed.

The decision marks a momentous moment for the singer, who claimed during June and July court hearings that she'd been denied the right to have children and medicated against her will.

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