Jamie Lynn Spears has opened up about missing her daughters while filming the new reality show, Special Forces. The singer-turned-reality TV star got emotional during a training session in footage obtained by sources, and later explained that she was thinking about Maddie Aldridge, 12, and Ivey Joan Watson, 2.
“You don’t have time to think about it really. But when you stop and you’re doing something like this and you hear your kids’ voice, it just kind of hits you like a wave of emotion,” said Spears through tears. “And it’s not even sadness; it just makes you love them more and miss them more.”
“I don’t know if I would be able to do it, honestly,” Spears told Entertainment Tonight. “It was hard for me because of my kids.”
Spears, who’s one of the contestants on the new series, was visibly emotional during a training session in the footage.
Jamie Lynn Spears Misses Her Kids
The singer said that she knew her daughters Maddie and Madison would be watching her on TV and thought about their reaction to seeing her with guns.
“I’m thinking about them so much,” she said through tears. “I love them so much.”
Jamie Lynn Spears cried about missing her daughters while training for Special Forces.
In the first episode of Special Forces, the 29-year-old singer and actress revealed that she’s thinking about her kids during training.
Jamie Lynn Spears was on the show with her best friend and fellow pop star, Ashlee Simpson. When Simpson spoke about how hard it was to leave her son Bronx Mowgli at home while they were in training, a teary Spears responded: “You don’t have time to think about it really. But when you stop and you’re doing something like this and you hear your kids’ voice, it just kind of hits you like a wave of emotion. And it’s not even sadness; it just makes you love them more and miss them more.”