November 12, 2013 - 11:04 CET hellomagazine.com 'He's cool': Kevin Federline gives Britney Spears' new boyfriend David Lucado his seal of approval. The trio met up for the first time at the weekend Kevin Federline has given Britney Spears' new boyfriend David Lucado his seal of approval. Kevin, who is Britney's ex husband and the father of her children, revealed to TMZ on Saturday that he had met David for the first time earlier that day as the trio came together to cheer on sons Sean Preston and Jayden James at their soccer match. "We were chillin'. We gotta support the kids in what they do," said the 35-year-old father-of-five. "That was my first time meeting him. He's a cool guy." Britney and David have been dating for around nine months, and seemed blissfully happy together as they stood on the sidelines supporting her two sons. Kevin attended without his new wife, volleyball player Victoria Prince — the couple, who have a two-year-old daughter Jordan together, tied the knot on August 10. But he was perfectly at ease spending time with Britney and David, and insisted there was no ill feeling. "Nah man, I mean everybody's moved on… except you guys," he laughed. "I was there watching my son play soccer." It is unlikely the two couple will be heading out on any double dates though. "Not likely. Not likely," Kevin said, laughing. "It would definitely be interesting, that's for sure." Also at the soccer game was Britney's father Jamie, who was pictured cheering on his grandsons alongside the singer and her boyfriend. Britney has been busy lately, working hard in the dance studio as she prepares for her two year residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, starting in late December. She is also putting the finishing touches on her eighth studio album, Britney Jean, which is scheduled for release on 3 December — the day after her 32nd birthday. The Toxic singer is also hoping to one day expand her family. "I'd like to have more kids, settle down… have kids - maybe twins - and get married," she told Germany's RTL network in October. "That would be nice."