The Queen of Pop Arrives In London With Youngest Children Mercy & David

She is the Queen of switching up her look, sound and sometimes even accent.
But one role that is consistent in Madonna’s life is that of being a mother to her four children.
And on Friday the 54-year-old had that hat firmly on as she arrived in London alongside her youngest adopted children Mercy James and David Banda.

Holding on to her children’s hands the singer looked a far cry from her on stage self, dressed down in flight friendly clothes.

Opting for comfort, rather than some of the more provocative items she wears on stage, she wore a pair of loose fitting black trousers.
She teamed them with a black top, black pointy loafers and a leopard print scarf tied around her neck.

Her blonde has was un-styled, falling with a slight wave around her shoulder, while she covered her eyes with a large pair of shades.
David showed he’s probably been picking up style tips from his mother and wore an eye-catching green Adidas tracksuit, with a matching hat.
Mercy was more low-key wearing slim fit black jeans and a grey T-shirt with a white skull motif across the front.

The gang weren’t joined by Madonna’s eldest children Rocco and Lourdes, nor was her boyfriend Brahim Zaibat.
Madonna recently opened up about her parenting skills while promoting her new documentary Madonna: The MDNA Tour.
The singer confessed on Good Morning American that she is a 'pretty strict' mother, and that she only just gifted her 16-year-old daughter Lourdes with an iPhone, while son Rocco, 12, is yet to be given a mobile device.


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