• Britney Spears shared a series of photos from her lunch date with her lawyer Mathew Rosengart
  • The singer, who wore a pink dress, twinned with her lawyer during the outing
  • Spears thanked Rosengart for turning her life around and "being so kind and respectful" to her

Britney Spears and her lawyer Mathew Rosengart recently reunited for a lunch date.

On Wednesday, the "Toxic" singer shared on Instagram a series of snaps alongside Rosengart, who helped put an end to her 13-year conservatorship last year. Spears, who wore a peach-colored off-the-shoulder dress to their lunch outing, twinned with her lawyer, who sported a pink and white checkered button-down shirt.

"This man has turned my life around … So many exciting projects ahead!!!!" Spears wrote in her caption. "We accidentally matched for lunch!!!! Thank you for being so kind and respectful to me always!!!!!!"

She continued, "Pssss Mathew Rosengart … I simply adore you!!!!"

Spears' loved ones, friends and followers, including her fiancé Sam Asghari, were glad to see the pair together.

"Dream team," the personal trainer commented on her post. Iggy Azalea wrote, "So glad you guys found each other, Brit!"

"Not all heroes wear capes and I see two," one Instagram user wrote.

"This brings joy and tears to my eyes!! We love you, Britney," another fan wrote. "All I have ever wanted for you is for you to be happy and enjoy your life that you worked so hard for. The smile I see on you? I haven’t seen that smile in forever. She truly is back… we love you."

Rosengart, whose A-list clients include Steven Spielberg, Sean Penn and director Kenneth Lonergan, became Spears' attorney in July 2021. The high-powered Hollywood lawyer replaced Samuel Ingham, the man appointed by the court in 2008 to serve Spears but whom she criticized last year for not doing enough to help her end the conservatorship.

Spears' conservatorship was terminated in November last year. Following the court's decision, Rosengart said it was a "monumental day" for the star.

"What's next for Britney is up to one person — and this is the first time we can say this in a decade. It's up to Britney," he said. "Britney, as of today, is a free woman."

Since the termination, another court hearing was held last month to discuss her estate and her father Jamie Spears' request for her to continue paying his legal fees after the termination.

A decision was not made regarding the fees, but the pop superstar's estate was transferred to her and is now managed by Miller Kaplan, with previous temporary conservator John Zabel no longer in place.

A hearing expected to further address the legal fees and Spears' claims against her father, including that Jamie allegedly bugged her bedroom, tapped her phone and tried to obtain private therapy reports, is scheduled for July 27.

Britney Spears, shown here in 2019, has indicated she would like to have another child and has plans to wed her boyfriend Sam Asghari
Britney Spears, shown here in 2019, has indicated she would like to have another child and has plans to wed her boyfriend Sam Asghari AFP / VALERIE MACON