Oops, they did it again!
And by "it," we mean they got along without any sign of drama.
Britney Spears, 34, reunited with ex-husband Kevin Federline, 38, at their sons' soccer game on May 14, and they couldn't have looked friendlier nearly a decade after their divorce.
The exes, who split in late 2006 after two years of marriage, got together at an athletic field in Thousand Oaks, California, to watch their boys Jayden, 9, and Preston, 10.
Britney's dad Jamie Spears also came out to see his grandkids and K-Fed's wife Victoria, the mother of his two youngest children (Jordan 4, and Peyton, 2), was there as well.
The pop star, who wore a web-emblazoned poncho, and the DJ, who also kept it casual in shorts and a cap, spent plenty of time chatting amiably.
Britney looked like any other soccer mom as she watched the action from the sidelines shaded from the sun by a small tent, while Kevin threw around a football with the kids during breaks.
In April 2016, K-Fed talked about the challenges of having a large family and said he's been successfully co-parenting with both Britney and former fiancée Shar Jackson, the mother of his kids Kori, 13, and Kaleb, 11.
"Family is good. Everything is as good as it possibly can be. I have no complaints about the way everything is right now," he told Perez TV. "Your kids get older, you've got to push 'em, keep 'em doing their homework."
"It's tough being a dad of six, but everybody helps, everybody chips in," he added. "It's been a long road to where we are, but it's going really well."
He also acknowledged that things are good between Britney and him. "I know I'll always be asked about how Britney is," he told Perez TV. "We talk -- about kids."
In early May, Britney wrote a heartfelt letter to her and Kevin's sons to mark Mother's Day.
"You are my masterpieces. From the day I saw the most precious eyes, I believed in miracles to the core," she wrote in her piece, which was published on Time magazine's website.
"Such a gift God has given me, exploring in your beautiful worlds every day. I pray as a mother I teach you strength and passion to carry through the struggles in the world. Most battles will always be won on your knees. I pray you find your dreams."
She continued, "God always comes to us in tiny whispers. I pray you always find his whisper and understand the true meaning behind following your inner voice as well."