Madonna's Twin Daughters Prove They Can Sing Just like Their Mom, Belting out a Song in Video

Madonna’s youngest daughters, twins Estere and Stella, are stealing hearts left and right on the singer’s social media. The girls were recently caught on video belting out a song on their way to school, proving not only their great singing but also their language skills.

The 6-year-old adorable twins are already following their adoptive mother’s passion for the arts.

Estere and Stella are always dancing and singing around their home, putting up impromptu performances for the Queen of Pop and showing off the skills they have learned in the past two years since they were adopted.

In one of Madonna’s recent Instagram posts, the Material Girl shared a clip of her daughters passionately singing to the chorus of  “Chocolat,” a hit song from French group Lartiste. Both girls were seated in the backseat of a car, wearing padding jackets and with their school bags on, as they bopped to the song and moved their arms around.

“Why cant I. Start every morning. with this kind of sunshine............?  #children #innocence #music #magic #estere #stella,” Madonna captioned the clip.

Fans of the pop star took over her comment section to gush about the twins, with most praising their mom for teaching them another language. “Nice! They're singing in French!” wrote one user.

Another added, “What beautiful children you have Madonna! They would bring sunshine to anyone’s day; hope your day was a good one xx.” And a third one chimed in to say:

“Free spirits! You can’t teach these two how to fly ... they already know!!”

Madonna met Estere and Stella at the at the Home of Hope children’s house, in Malawi. After several encounters with the twins, the “Vogue” singer realized she had developed an unexplainable connection with the girls.

“It’s like saying, ‘Why do you fall in love with the people you fall in love with?’ You look into the eyes of somebody; you feel their soul, you feel touched by them — that’s it,” she told People magazine.

Then, the singer had an epiphany on the summer of 2016:

“Sometimes I would just close my eyes and just think, ‘Why isn’t my kitchen filled with dancing children?’ There are so many children that need a home. I thought, ‘What am I waiting for? Just do it.’”

Madonna, who was already a mother to four kids: Lourdes Leon, and Rocco Ritchie, her biological kids, plus Mercy James and David Banda, also adopted, had to explain to her kids that the family was expanding even more.

Luckily for the 60-year-old, everyone was on board and excited about the arrival of the twins, and the girls got quickly acclimated to their new family.

“It’s like they were always here,” Madonna said of the twins, “And they’ve learned, in time, that I’m their mother and nothing is going to change that.”

Last year, the twins celebrated their birthday with a fun unicorn-themed pool party that included a tower of donuts, lots of balloons and floaties. Stella and Estere wore matching dresses but in different colors as they blew out their candles surrounded by their guests. 

“Monster blowout” is how Madonna chose to describe the moment as she posted the video in slow motion.

In a separate video, the “Like a Preacher” singer disguised her voice with a filter while singing the happy birthday song. The twins stood side by side wearing their beautiful African-inspired birthday dresses as they fashioned heart-shaped sunglasses with blinking lights.  The video appeared to have been taken from their bedroom after the party.

There’s no doubt Madonna is a devoted mother, and she has proven that she cares for children, be it her biological ones or those she chose to adopt from Africa.

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