Madonna has shared her first family photograph of her adopted children Esther, Stella, David and mercy on social media, although Rocco and Lourdes were not captured in the picture.
Madonna has shared her first family photograph of her adopted children.
The 58-year-old music legend recently legally agreed to care for four-year-old twins Esther and Stella earlier this month and the star has taken to social media to post a sweet picture of her two new children with David and Mercy, both 11.
The blonde beauty posted the portrait of four of her kids, which excluded son Rocco, 16, and 20-year-old daughter Lourdes, on her Instagram account, and has described the moment as a “revolution of love”.
She captioned the upload: “Pajama Game on… The Revolution of [love] starts at home!(sic).”
However, this isn’t the first time the ‘Living for Love’ hitmaker has shared pictures of the new additions to her family on her photo-sharing site, as she has recently paired the twins in matching black Adidas tracksuit bottoms, with gold detail on the side, and shared it with her almost nine million followers.
She captioned the post: “Today’s Blessing brought to you by Adidas! (sic).”
Madonna has revealed she is “already” missing Africa, where she recently visited an orphanage in Malawi to adopt her daughters.
Alongside a picture of the vocalist kneeling on the ground whilst children play around her, she wrote: “Already Missing this beautiful place! The Warm Heart of Africa (sic).”
Meanwhile, Madonna was reportedly granted permission to adopt her new twin daughters in just two weeks, which usually takes between three and seven months, because she has done it twice before.
A Malawi court spokesperson named, Mlenga Mvula, previously told TMZ the judge swiftly signed the legal documents this month, even though Madonna only filed the documents on January 25, because she already has two adopted children from the country.
The spokesperson insisted the 58-year-old singer did not receive preferential treatment because she’s a celebrity, but her extensive charitable work in the country was taken into consideration.