Britney Spears’ former husband Kevin Federline has opened up about his two year marriage to the pop superstar, describing it as, “so overwhelming”. The 38-year-old was married to Britney from 2004 to 2006 and the former couple have two child together Jayden James, nine, and Sean Preston, 10.

Britney Spears and Kevin FederlineKevin Federline has opened up about his two year marriage to Britney Spears.

Speaking about the marriage to VLAD TV, Kevin said: "That was a whole different lifestyle than I ever imagined. I mean, just getting around from place to place and having 20 people follow you all day long - your whole life kind of being told through somebody else's eyes.

"Everybody wants to put their own spin on it. We like, were caught right in the midst of that whole thing. It was so crazy. I look back at it and it's like, at times it was so overwhelming. That time of my life, there's so many different, like, pieces missing because of everything that was going on.”

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“That was at the, like, height of everything and you're thrown into this thing and you're thrown into that thing and the in-between stuff. I know it happened. I know why it happened. That's pretty much all that I'm going to say.”

Kevin also spoke about the custody battle that ensued between him and his former wife, which resulted in Britney losing custody of Sean and Jayden in 2008. "All I was trying to do was get 50/50 custody. You know, events that unfolded over time, if you want to Google them and go back and look at them, then you'll see why it turned out the way that it did," he said.

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"But now, none of that matters. Everything is cool. Both of us have moved on, our kids are doing great.” He also confirmed that he had received $20,000 per month in child support, which he said was "definitely not anything to brag about.”

"It's not something that I asked for either," he added. "It's all about the kids. That's what it's for...They're supposed to be able to live a life that they're accustomed to. If the shoe was on the other foot, I'd be in those shoes. Smiling and being full-willing."