Britney Spears' sons 'safe' from wildfires after moving to Hawaii with father

Britney Spears' sons 'safe' from wildfires after moving to Hawaii with father

Britney Spears’ teenage sons are understood to be confirmed safe from the devastating wildfires ravaging Hawaii.

The musician’s two children Sean, 17, and Jayden, 16, moved to Hawaii with their father Kevin Federline earlier this year, along with K-Fed’s wife Victoria.

On Tuesday, horrific wildfires began burning on the island of Maui, leading to massive destruction and what the Governor Josh Green called the ‘largest natural disaster in Hawaii state history.’

At least 55 people are confirmed dead from the fires, with the historic town of Lahaina almost completely destroyed.

There was concern for the Toxic singer’s teenage sons, who moved to the state in May.

However a source has now confirmed to ET Online that the boys, Kevin and Victoria have not been ‘physically affected by the fires’ as they moved to a neighbouring island two weeks ago.

They added that it has been ‘upsetting and traumatic for them to see all the death and devastation on Maui,’ but confirmed that the family are safe.

Matty Healy and The 1975 were also confirmed to be safe after the band stopped for a holiday in Hawaii following a show in Honolulu on Sunday.

A source close to the band told that ‘the band and crew are all safe’ from the fires.

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Fleetwood Mac star Mick Fleetwood was left devastated as his restaurant was among the dozens of buildings burned down by the fires in Lahaina.

Describing himself as ‘heartbroken,’ he said his ‘main priority’ is making sure the staff at his restaurant are safe, and he has sent a message of support to those suffering at this time

Hollywood actor Jason Momoa, himself from Honolulu, has pleaded for help for those affected, including the thousands who have been displaced from their homes.

Up to 1,000 people are still missing as wildfires continue to engulf the Hawaiian island.

It is the state’s deadliest natural disaster since a 1960 tsunami which killed 61 people on the Big Island.

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