Fans concerned for Britney Spears after she goes completely naked on the beach
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Fans have once again expressed their concern for Britney Spears after she posted a photo of herself completely naked on the beach.
Although the 'Toxic' singer received a lot of support from people across the globe over her conservatorship battle, she's received a fair bit of criticism after posting a number of nude selfies in recent months – including from her own sons.
But Britney continues to bare all on Instagram, with her latest risqué photo showing her laying across a beach wearing nothing but her birthday suit – and a few emojis in the usual spots in order to get past the platform's strict nudity rules.
The photo's received over 680,000 likes, as well as thousands of comments from fans, some of which express concern over the 40-year-old star's mental state.
One person said that 'something feels off' about the nude images, adding: "She clearly has something wrong with her and the comments are encouraging it."
"You need the love of some good friends to surround you," said another, while a third added: "I beg you my dear get some counselling."
But for just as many concerned comments, there were plenty of fans rushing to defend Britney and tell others to mind their own business.
"She's in great shape for her age," said one. "I would be proud of my body too. Her body, her choice.
"Instead of leaving negative remarks just unfollow, you guys are the guest here. You don't make the rules."
Another chimed in: "What if Britney is simply just a nudist and people just need to get over it."
Besides the nude selfies, the singer - who recently tied the knot with Sam Asghari - incited worry with other posts including one which showed her crying while dancing.
Britney's ex husband Kevin Federline, 44, previously said that seeing her frequent naked images is 'tough' for him and their two sons, Jayden and Sean Preston.
He told the MailOnline: "I try to explain to them, 'Look, maybe that's just another way she tries to express herself'.
"But that doesn't take away from the fact of what it does to them. It's tough. I can't imagine how it feels to be a teenager having to go to high school."
And in their first public appearance since their mum was released from her conservatorship, Jayden said that he wanted Britney to 'get better mentally', adding: "When she gets better, I really want to see her again."
Tyla has reached out to Britney Spears' representative for comment.