Madonna, 60, shares a sassy snap to remind fans she is still 'the Queen'

Cheryl Kahla
Aug 17, 2018
10:48 A.M.
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Madonna celebrated her 60th birthday yesterday, surrounded by close family and friends. She shared snapshots from the party on Instagram. 

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In one of the photo's Madonna holds a sign above her head with the words "The Queen," and the picture received more than 440,000 likes in under 24 hours!

Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa and scroll down to see snapshots from her birthday. 

She celebrated in Marrakech, Morocco, and accessorized with traditional clothing, colorful bangles, and statement rings.

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In one of the photo's, she can be seen wearing a traditional pink outfit with a headpiece. The singer wrote in the caption: Finally and at last it's my Birthday! I have survived!"

She added that "life is beautiful," and included a cake emoji and heart emoji, amongst others. Maddona also included the hashtags "magic" and "adventure." 

In her most recent post, she thanks her followers "from all around the world" and birthday messages have been pouring in by the thousands since then. 

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Her twin girls, Stelle and Estere, were also celebrating with her, and she showed off their blue and yellow traditional dresses in her Instagram Stories. 

The Papa Don't Preach singer moved to Portugal in 2017. She has six children and shared a rare photo of all six to her Instagram account last month. 

The family can be seen posing in front of the Tree of Life at Mercy James Pediatric Hospital in Malawi.

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Madonna's career spans more than three decades, and she earned the titled as the undisputed Queen of Pop with hits like "Vogue," "Like A Virgin," and "Papa Don't Preach."

Fans can look forward to her upcoming projects. Her 14th studio album has been in the making since January and will be released later this year. 

She will also be directing two films, "Taking Flight," and "The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells" shortly. 

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