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Britney Spears may have not been able to make it to her niece’s birthday party, but she sure made up for it by sharing sweet messages!
Maddie, the daughter of Jamie Lynn Spears and Jamie’s ex Casey Aldridge, turned 6-years-old on Thursday, June 19.
To celebrate, Britney shared two videos on Instagram—one of Jamie on stage with Maddie singing “Happy Birthday” at Country Jam 2014 in Grand Junction, Colo., and the other of Maddie singing on her own little stage.
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The 32-year-old singer said, “Wishing a very Happy 6th Birthday to Princess Maddie!! Wish I was there to sing Happy Birthday to u ❤ Xo.”
Jamie then replied, “We wish you and the boys were here too!!!”
Britney also wrote (in regards to the second video), “Sing it Maddie!! Loving all the bday videos @jamielynnspears has been sending me today :) So cute!”
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The 23-year-old country music star shared her own pics from Maddie’s Frozen-themed birthday party, which Britney couldn’t attend. She wrote, “My baby girl is 6 today!! Can't believe it!! Happy birthday Maddie!! I love you!! #happybdaymaddie.”
Jamie also shared a photo of her family including her husband Jamie Watson, in which they surrounded a two-tier birthday cake decorated with characters from the hit Disney film.
“Our little family...I love them both soooooo much!!!! Just missing Nice!!! @jamiewatson985 #thewatsons,” Jamie captioned the photo.
The Louisiana-native just released her new EP The Journey. In an interview with Pop Sugar, she shared her aspirations to tour together with her older sister.
“Well right now, obviously, she has her Vegas stuff going on and I’m really trying to create my own self as an artist,” Jamie said. “I would love to, one day, be able to just maybe go on the road as sisters and load up all the kids. That would be awesome.”