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Britney Spears on Saturday morning enjoyed a visitation with her sons for the first time in seven weeks. On Friday, K-Fed lawyer Mark Kaplan told

People that he, his partner and lawyers for Spears had worked out a "structured" arrangement in which the star might have some limited visitation rights restored. Brit hadn't seen Sean Preston or Jayden James since Jan. 3, when she had her first stand-off with the police. Kaplan would not reveal the deets of the new deal, but he did say, "We're pleased that... the process of reinstating the children's mother as a participant in their lives can commence." One source tells the mag, "The real hero was [Spears' father] Jamie. He has taken charge, and she has visitation again." (Both Jamie and Brit's psychiatrist were present for the three-hour visit.) Is Brit on the road to recovery, for real? Since her dad put the smackdown, it seems like her life's a little less toxic. Give us your take.

- Anna Dimond