• Jamie Lynn Spears is sitting down for her first interview since sister Britney Spears' conservatorship was terminated
  • Jamie Lynn said she "loves" her sister but admitted that they have a "complicated" relationship
  • Britney recently unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram and said she wanted her family jailed for their role in her conservatorship

Jamie Lynn Spears is addressing her rift with sister Britney Spears in her first interview following the termination of the latter's conservatorship.

Ahead of the release of her memoir, the 30-year-old is opening up about her relationship with Britney in an emotional interview with ABC News journalist Juju Chang that will air Wednesday on "Good Morning America."

"I love my sister," Jamie Lynn said amid tears in a promo clip of the sit-down.

Chang then pointed out, "But things have gotten complicated," to which Jamie Lynn responded, "I guess so."

The teaser also showed that the "Nightline" anchor will ask what "caused" the rift between the two sisters and what Jamie Lynn regrets not saying.

The interview comes a week before Jamie Lynn is set to release her tell-all memoir "Things I Should Have Said" on Jan. 18.

The former Nickelodeon star and her and Britney's parents, Jamie and Lynn Spears, have faced backlash for their alleged abusive behavior toward Britney, 40.

The "Oops!...I Did It Again" hitmaker — whose 13-year conservatorship was terminated in November 2021 — said in a hearing in June last year that she wanted to sue her family and that they should be in jail for the "conservatorship abuse" she says she endured over the years.

Just recently, Britney unfollowed Jamie Lynn on Instagram.

Jamie Lynn was criticized for not speaking up for her sister when Britney was under the control of her conservatorship.

In a series of Instagram Stories last year, Jamie Lynn explained why she remained mostly quiet about her older sister's legal battle.

"The only reason I haven’t [spoken] before is because I felt like until my sister was able to speak for herself and say what she felt she needed to say publicly, that it wasn’t my place and it wasn’t the right thing to do," she wrote, as quoted by Page Six. "But now that she’s very clearly spoken and said what she needed to say, I feel like I can follow her lead and say what I feel like I need to say."

She also said that she "loved, adored and supported" Britney, adding, "I mean, this is my freaking big sister, before any of this bulls–t."

However, Britney blasted her younger sister once she regained full control of her social media.

She called out Jamie Lynn in July 2021 for remixing one of her songs at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards without her permission.

The pop icon also later threw shade at Jamie Lynn over the title of her book, which was originally called "I Must Confess" after Britney's 1998 debut single, "…Baby One More Time."

Days after her conservatorship was terminated, Britney told her Instagram followers that she would not be holding back with her claims about her family.

"It still blows my mind every day I wake up how my family and the conservatorship were able to do what they did to me … It was demoralizing and degrading!!!!" she wrote. "I’m not even mentioning all the bad things they did to me, which they should all be in jail for."

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