She is known world over for being an pop icon, but to her adorable little twin girls, Stella and Esther – she’s just mommy.
On Saturday, Madonna, 58, sent her fans into meltdown by posting a cute video of her daughters performing a dance routine.
The twins, who Madonna adopted from Malawi, danced to Shakira’s Waka Waka. Dressed in identical yellow T-shirts, the girls showed off their impressive moves.
Stella and Esther, who are now four years old, wore knee length tutus as they danced around their superstar mom’s living room.
The girls both sang their hearts out both eager to impress the Queen of Pop.
Madonna captioned the video ‘Oh Africa!’ with kiss emojis and the Malawian flag.
Since adopting the girls in February, the ‘Material Girl’ singer has shared with her over 9 million Instagram followers videos and pictures of the adorable African twins.
Stella and Esther are Madonna’s third and fourth children from Malawi, having adopted son David Banda in 2006 as well as daughter Mercy in 2009.
Back at the time of their adoption, the star wrote: ‘I can officially confirm I have completed the process of adopting twin sisters from Malawi and am overjoyed that they are now part of our family.
‘I am deeply grateful to all those in Malawi who helped make this possible and I ask the media please to respect our privacy during this transitional time.’
In addition to her adopted children, Madonna has two biological kids.
Daughter Lourdes, 20, is from the star’s relationship with trainer Carlos Leon and son Rocco, 16, is from her marriage to director Guy Richie.