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We love that Britney doing Britney involves countless trips to Target and shelling out $24,720.95 for pet care.
Because we'd shell out five figures for our dogs, too, if we could!
At the end of 2014, Britney Spears' estate was valued at nearly $46 million, according to court documents detailing her financials obtained Wednesday by E! News. The 33-year-old pop star remains in a conservatorship overseen in part by her father, Jamie Spears, who gets $16,000 a month to manage her affairs, while mom Lynne Spears gets a $500 a week allowance.
But there's plenty left over for Whole Foods, Starbucks, clothes and trips to the spa at the Four Seasons Hotel!
Overall, per the paperwork, Britney's biggest expenditure--as probably befitting lots of famous people--was $901,845.88 for fiduciary and attorney fees, followed by $409,237.40 for child support and care. Her entourage also made a pretty penny, $57,550 going to personnel and assistants.
Her L.A.-area mansion is valued at more than $6.8 million, not including $1.6 million worth of furniture and equipment, while her Louisiana home is worth $570,000. The $37,977.88 she spent on "family support" included mom's allowance and a large number of Southwest and American Airlines plane tickets to fly her nearest and dearest all over, especially between L.A. and Las Vegas, where her residency at Planet Hollywood continues.
The platinum-selling star also has to look nice, so more than $49,000 went to wardrobe, nearly $20,000 on makeup and hairdressing and $2.454.45 was for, ahhhh, massages, grooming and nails.
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And while $15,270.35 was spent in the "meals and entertainment" category, the nearly $25,000 in pet care was divided among pet-sitting services, toys, treats, food, grooming, visits to the vet and a $500 bonus to an unnamed pet service. Sounds like Brit's other babies are well taken care of!
And as for that Target bill, Britney, bless her heart, spent roughly $5,500 at the big-box store, doing moms and bargain-loving babes everywhere proud.
We can only wonder what the two returns (out of 37 purchases) were!
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum