Madonna & Her 4 Youngest Children Visit the Jacaranda School for Orphans in Malawi — See Photos
Popular music icon Madonna enjoys a trip to Malawi with her four youngest children who are chips off the old block. They are recognized as aspiring music stars, just like their mother.
Madonna took to her Insta-story to share beautiful memories from her visit to the Jacaranda School for Orphans in Malawi. Some snapshots from her experience were eccentric, her first slide revealing the celebrity rocking a flowery gown while trying on a newspaper-made hat.
With a background displaying some fashionable clothes on mannequins, she was seen enjoying a tour at a clothing shop while smiling lightly, rocking her colored hair.
The 62-year-old hitmaker is undoubtedly a fashion icon as she had initially shared gorgeous Instagram photos while rocking her shoulder-length pink hair on a multicolored dress.
A particular slide that showed a female child posing in her school uniform in front of a stacked library of children's books with two colorful chairs on both sides made it to her Instastory.
Taking a general picture, another slide showed the entire school with Madonna, her four children, the school's management, and some gay dancers taking the lead in high spirits.
The star has maintained an effort to support orphans and vulnerable children through documentaries, hosting benefits, or launching a care unit.
Apart from the charitable star's biological children Lourdes, Leon, and Rocco, Madonna adopted her four youngest children, who accompanied her to the Jacaranda School.
15-year-old David Banda was the first to be adopted by Madonna from Malawi in 2006 when he was just a baby. About a year later, she adopted 14-year-old Mercy James in June 2007, after the request was initially denied in May because she wasn't a resident.
The award winner's twin daughters, Stella and Esther, who were adopted in 2017, made it to their mother's Gram, strumming ukuleles in black cargo pants.
Her other son, David, who played guitar as the music class sang Bill Withers' "Lean on Me," and her daughter Mercy who played the piano while she sang, were also seen gracing the event.
The two-time Golden Globe-winner also showed up at the school with Ahlamalik Williams, her 26-year-old former backup dancer who is now her partner.
Ever since the philanthropist founded the nonprofit organization Raising Malawi in 2006, Madonna has maintained an effort to support orphans and vulnerable children through documentaries, hosting benefits, or launching a care unit.