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Madonna leaves Kabbalah Sabbath service with her daughters in London as she announces new album


She's a proud mother to six children after adding to her brood by adopting twin daughters Stella and Estere from Malawi in 2017.

Madonna proved she's every inch the doting mum as she stepped out with her girls following a Kabbalah Sabbath service in London on Sunday.

The pop legend, 60, looked happy and relaxed as she stepped out in a long black coat alongside Mercy, 11 and one of her six-year-old twins, before revealing she's releasing a new album, Madame X.
The star donned a long black skirt under her coat, which she teamed with black lace-up boots and rose-tinted sunglasses.

Meanwhile, her daughters playfully ran alongside her as they made their way into their waiting car.

The girls were wrapped up against the coat April chill in cosy winter coats.

There were no signs of her Madonna's other children during the outing.

The Material Girl hitmaker has adopted four children from Malawi including the twins, Mercy and David Banda, 13.

She also has two older biological children, Lourdes, 21, whom she shares with Carlos Leon and 17-year-old Rocco from her marriage to Guy Ritchie.
Madonna's outing came as she confirmed she'll be releasing new music, following her last album Rebel Heart in 2015.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the star posted a cryptic message about a person called Madame X, before confirming she will be releasing a new EP - her 14th studio album in all.

This comes as she faces backlash for her upcoming performance at next month's Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.

The iconic singer is said to be taking to the stage at the Expo Tel Aviv to sing two of her songs during the finale's halftime - which is set to cost organisers $1 million.

However, fans have called for a boycott of Eurovision this year, with many slamming the hitmaker for agreeing to entertain audiences at the annual event in Israel after she previously tweeted for 'peace' following the bombing of innocent Palestinian children in 2014.
Madonna's upcoming performance has been doused in controversy after it was announced last week.

Many social media users have called for Madonna to cut ties with the performance and the hashtag #BoycottEurovision2019 has been widely used to bring to the forefront the plight of Palestinians living under Israeli occupied territories.
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