Madonna adopted her twin girls Esther and Stella just earlier this month – but it seems like they’re already settling in well in their new home in America.
The popstar shared a picture of the four-year-old twins with two of her other children Mercy and David, both aged 11.
The twins were wearing matching butterfly-print pyjamas, the girls looked happy to be with their older brother and sister.
Yesterday, the Madge shared another photo of her newly adopted twin girls posing in matching tracksuits.
Dressed in the black and gold outfits and matching gold headbands, the girls both smiled for the camera.
Madonna was granted permission to adopt the four-year-old twins, Stella and Esther from Malawi earlier this month, and allowed to bring them home with her to the US while the adoption process is finalised. The singer will be under observation by the court for a year before the adoption process is finalised, and a home study must be submitted to authorities.
The court proceedings took place in Judge Fiona Mwale’s chambers with no media allowed to witness the proceedings. Madonna, 58, was granted an adoption order by the Malawi High Court on February 7 and told she was free to take the girls back to the US.
On Saturday night, she posted a sweet video to Instagram showing the girls singing along to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star as she accompanied with the piano.
It seems like Madonna enjoys being a mother, she’s already a mom to Lourdes, 19, her daughter with ex Carlos Leon, son Rocco, 15, from her marriage to Guy Ritchie, and David Banda, 11, and Mercy, also 11, who both happen to be from Malawi.
Picture credit: www.mirror.com
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