Britney Spears revealed her newfound hobby amidst the resurgence of the #FreeBritney campaign online. Meanwhile, new details about Spears' father conservatorship over her was revealed by photographer Andrew Gallery.

Spears has been posting flowers on her Instagram account and it has been the running theme of her page for years now. The pop superstar revealed that while on lockdown at her mansion in Southern California, she spent most of her time appreciating the beauty of her surroundings while taking pictures of flowers in her garden. 

In her recent post, she shared a snap of some freshly picked flowers from her garden along with the message about appreciating small gifts from God to her almost 25 million followers on IG. In another photo of a small flower arrangement, the "Oops!...I Did It Again" singer revealed she discovered while in quarantine that she has a talent in photography.

Meanwhile, fans of Britney Spears have reactivated the #FreeBritney campaign on social media to release the "Toxic" singer from the guardianship of her father and to allow her to be the sole decision-maker about her life and finances. The 38-year-old songstress has been under the conservatorship of her father, Jamie Spears, since 2008 after she suffered from mental breakdowns. 

In this arrangement, Britney's financial assets, estate, and career negotiations are being managed between her father and an attorney. Her father's conservatorship or legal guardianship has always been controversial. Many of Britney's fans believed it was only being used to control the singer, who, reportedly, worth at least $59 million.

Earlier this year, the conservatorship of Britney's dad was extended until August 22. With that date coming up, her fans decided to reactivate the #FreeBritney campaign as they believe the singer needs help. More than 134,000 fans have signed the petition so far asking for Spears to have the right to hire her own lawyer.

Meanwhile, photographer Andrew Gallery, who worked with Spears on her tour and her 2008 documentary For The Record, read out a letter that he claimed the singer gave him years ago. Gallery read the letter in a series of videos that he shared on TikTok.

He said the conservators "destroyed" the original letter, but luckily he made a copy beforehand. The letter is written in the third person and discusses Britney's ex-husband, Kevin Federline, who is also the father of her two children. 

Gallery said the singer was lied to and set up. Apparently, it was stated in the letter that Britney's lawyers forced her to divorce Federline. 

Gallery believed that the conservatorship over Britney Spears will go on "as long as the people are getting paid." The photographer defended himself for not speaking out before. He said he was "under a contract" but did not say to whom.