Britney Spears's Instagram account disappears a week after her star-studded wedding

It said, as of Thursday afternoon, "This page is currently unavailable. It's possible that the link you followed was broken, or that the page you were looking for was no longer available."

Spears and Instagram's parent company, Meta, have been contacted by Yahoo Entertainment to learn more about the change in status.

Her other social media accounts, including Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok, remained active.

According to TMZ, Spears' Instagram feed was temporarily shut in March, and the hiatus was her choice both at the time and now. She returned to the platform two days later back then.

She shared photographs from her lovely wedding to Sam Asghari on the photo-sharing app earlier this month.

The pair married on June 9 at her house just north of Los Angeles in a quiet but star-studded wedding.

Guests included Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Selena Gomez, and Paris Hilton, and several of them uploaded their own photos, which are still available online.

Spears, on the other hand, has used her account to describe her dissatisfaction with her family members and their treatment of her

notably in relation to the conservatorship the pop diva was placed under for 13 years until it was terminated by a judge in November 2021.

Lynne, Britney's estranged mother, who was not invited to the wedding, publicly commented on some of Britney's photos from the big day on Sunday.

"You are radiant and delighted! Your wedding is the wedding of a lifetime!" Lynne penned an essay. "It's even more nostalgic and wonderful when you have it at home! I'm overjoyed for you! I adore you."

Her daughter remained silent.Britney addressed her older brother, Bryan, on Instagram two days later, noting that he was also not invited to her wedding.

Her remark about him was in response to a 2020 interview he gave to the podcast As NOT Seen on TV, in which he claimed that his famous sister "can't even make a dinner reservation," 

and came just days after his girlfriend claimed that he had skipped the wedding to attend his daughter's fifth-grade graduation.

Aside from the wedding, Spears and her new husband have had a busy week. Her first husband, Jason Alexander, was similarly served with a restraining order after crashing their wedding in the hours leading up to it. 

Alexander was arrested on stalking, trespassing, vandalism, and violence offences.