Eight years after splitting, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline are in a good place when it comes to co-parenting their two sons.
The 36-year-old visited Access Hollywood Live on Monday, where he opened up about raising his sons – Sean, 9, and Jayden, 8 – with the pop star.
"Co-parenting is going great, I can't complain," Kevin told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover.
K-Fed explained that he and Britney have been able to set up a good system for their kids.
"The schedule has been worked out over time. We talk when we need to. It's always about the boys, mostly school stuff and making sure we stay on top of that. It's going great," he continued.
The father of six (in addition to his sons with Brit, he also has a daughter and son with Shar Jackson and two daughters with new wife Victoria Prince) explained that he's doing well.
"I'm in a happy place right now," the rapper/DJ said.
Looking back on his marriage and relationship to Britney (their divorce was finalized in 2007), Kevin said it all happened so fast.
"It's like a whirlwind. You're thrown into this limelight and everything kind of happened," he told Billy and Kit. "It was a good time in my life. We have two beautiful children. The way that everything has turned out, everyone is happy."
-- Jesse Spero