because she realizes she married a tatterdemalion.
"Britney should start her own magazine if she'd like to dictate her own coverage."
US Weekly really hit home in their final comment saying, "Coming from a celebrity who sold pictures of both her wedding and her stepdaughter, it's unlikely the issue here is privacy."
As to publicity, Mrs. Federline got more out of it than most and considering her career is beginning to wane as she ages into marriage and motherhood, her adoring fans may begin to dwindle in numbers. So she can use all the publicity she can get. After all, when was the last time you looked fondly at a teen idol that wasn't anymore?