Britney Spear's mom gushed over her daughter's wedding photos even though her second-born child didn't invite her to her magical big day.
Lynne Spears is obviously keeping a close eye on Britney's social media, as she left a comment on her Instagram post about the "fairy-tale" ceremony.
Lynne wrote, "You look radiant and so happy,"
That's not the only comment Lynne left behind. In one of Britney's posts she wrote, "Your wedding is the 'Dream' wedding! And having it at your home makes it so sentimental and special!”
In a clear attempt to get her daughter's attention or perhaps extend an olive branch during such an emotional chapter.
Her mom finished by adding, "I am soooo happy for you! I love you!"
Lynne also liked a post from Sam's sister Fay Asghari, who posted on her Instagram.
"One of the most beautiful and emotional moments of my life was to watch my brother get married. I love you both so much @samasghari & @britneyspears."
Her mom is not the only one whose invite " got lost in the mail." The singer opted to not invite her dad and sister as well.
The only family member Britney invited was her brother Bryan. Although he was seen all dressed up together with his date hours before the wedding, he ended up being a no-show.
Britney and her husband Sam Asghari finally tied the knot at their Thousand Oaks home in a small A-list star-studded friends and family event
Following their wedding ceremony, Sam Asghari's ex-girlfriend, Mayra Veronica shared that she thinks Britney landed herself Mr. Perfect.
In addition to being a great husband, Mayra is convinced that Sam is well ready for daddy duties in the near future
Mayra added that Sam has never been the type of guy to flirt around behind his girl's back ... and she thinks he'll be a great husband who supports Britney through and through.
She added that back in 2015 she was dealing with issues similar to Britney (as her management team was extremely controlling) when she was with Sam, and he was by her side through the entire ordeal.
Wishing Britney and Sam a happy marriage.