Singer Britney Spears has shared a cryptic quote on her Instagram page following the news her sister Jamie Lynn will be entering the jungle.
Jamie Lynn will join GB News star Nigel Farage and eight other famous faces Down Under as part of the line-up for this year's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! in the hopes of being crowned Queen of the Jungle.
The siblings have endured a publicly fraught relationship since the Oops!... I Did It Again hitmaker fought to end her conservatorship which ended in 2021.
Writing in her memoir, the Toxic singer admitted she felt "betrayed" by her sister and family as a whole and blasted her sister's decision to write a book of her own amid the court case.
Taking to Instagram on Monday evening, hours after Jamie Lynn was officially unveiled as a campmate, the 41-year-old shared a quote from Ernest Hemingway alongside a pink flower emoji.
The quote itself read: "All things truly wicked start from innocence."
Britney Spears is the sister of I'm A Celeb star Jamie Lynn
The comments on the post have since been turned off by the singer but for a short period, fans were able to share their thoughts on the seemingly cryptic dig.
One follower commented, according to The Mirror: "Your sister for example!! She’s about to go in the Jungle and us Brits are RUTHLESS.. we’ve got your back hun."
A second also took aim at the I'm A Celeb star as they replied: "Hi Brittany I hope you enjoy Jamie Lynn suffering on I’m A Celeb I’ll definitely be putting my votes on her to do EVERY bush tucker trial."
A few hours later, the Toxic hitmaker shared a throwback snap of herself on the set of a music video with the caption: "Hola," followed by a waving emoji.
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Spears didn't directly address her sister's inclusion in the I'm A Celeb line-up - a trend that was replicated by her sibling ahead of her jungle stint.
The actor-turned-ITV reality star didn't mention her sibling prior to her stint in the jungle but did tell ITV why she'd decided to head Down Under.
"There is literally every misconception you can have on a person about me so I don’t take any of it seriously," she said.
"But I do think going on I’m A Celebrity will be a nice way for people to see the real me.