Britney Spears may be putting on a happy face for the cameras, regarding sister Jamie Lynn's pregnancy, but inside sources say that Britney was really upset over the fact that she was the last to know about the impending birth of her niece or nephew. "Britney felt betrayed and left out when Jamie Lynn did not come to her first," a source told PageSix.com. After Britney was informed about J.L.'s condition, she attempted to get in contact with her sis, who avoided her calls because, some say, she was afraid of what Britney would say. "Jamie Lynn has a very soft personality," says the family insider. "She loves Britney, not Britney's temper." When the sisters finally did speak, it was weird. "Their relationship is estranged," says the source. "Jamie Lynn does not recognize Britney as the sister she grew up with, so she has gone to her friends, her boyfriend and her mom when she needs someone."
What happened to their sisterly bond? "It is mostly by Britney's choice. She is so self-absorbed in her own life that she has forgotten what is important in life, like her family."
You would think, at a time like this, they would lean on each other, with Jamie Lynn following in Brit's footsteps and all. But word is they aren't even spending the holidays together -- Brit's in Cali, while her sis is back home in Louisiana. Who else hopes this ends up like A Very Brady Christmas, and Britney shows up in Kentwood, on her mom's doorstep, with Sean and Jayden in their Santa outfits, singing "I'll Be Home For Christmas?