Britney Spears may have liked her dice tattoo when she got it with then-husband Kevin Federline 15 years ago, but a recent Instagram post has revealed that she might be considering having it removed sometime in the future.

According to the Daily Mail, the "Crossroads" actress and Federline got matching tattoos in 2004 while on a trip to Ireland during their first year of marriage, with hers in pink and his in blue. However, as fans of the singer likely know, the couple divorced in 2007 and have continued to co-parent sons Sean Preston, 14, and Jayden, 13, following the separation.

On Tuesday, Spears shared a picture of herself where the two small pink dice are visible on her left arm with a caption revealing her present-day feelings about the piece. In the image, which can be seen below, she admitted to not liking ink in general. She then asked if she should remove it.

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Aside from contemplating whether or not she should have her tattoo removed, the pop singer has remained in the news for various reasons over the course of the past year.

Throughout recent months, several discussions around Spears' conservatorship have occurred. Ultimately, a judge ruled that it was to remain in place, but would be revisited later this year. It has been stated that the judge made such a ruling due to the fact that everyone is working to "figure out what is best for the pop star."

Additionally, the singer's conservatorship has also taken legal action against the blogger who started the #FreeBritney movement.

Rumors have also recently emerged that suggested that the "Baby One More Time" singer could be getting her own art show. However, those were soon debunked as Spears' representative called the story a hoax. They then added that the information was "inaccurate" and confirmed that she was not involved in any event.

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Britney Spears is pictured on Feb. 11, 2017, in Los Angeles. Getty Images