What do you do when you’re a wealthy, world-famous singer and your family is celebrating the successful adoption of a Malawian baby? Well, Madonna opted for an Indian holiday filled with horseback riding.
The Material Girl took her hubby, Guy Ritchie, and children on a $200,000 vacation to the Rajasthani desert. They arrived on New Year’s Eve via private jet, and have been enjoying the spoils of the remote locale ever since.
Back in 2005, British filmmaker Guy Ritchie released a film called “Revolver.” It was panned by critics as “too hard to follow,” and Richie went back to the drawing board. And now he’s emerging with his revamped film.
Ritchie’s wife, Madonna, was among the celebrities that turned out for the New York City re-release of “Revolver.” The Cinema Society and Piaget hosted the event at the Tribeca Grand Screening room last night.
For those of you who are married, you know the tension that can exist when In-Laws are part of the picture. But pop singer Madonna is getting nothing but love from her hubby’s mommy.
Sireen Ritchie, a member of the Cabinet for Family and Children’s Services for The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (man, that’s a mouthful!) has gone public with her praises of the parenting abilities of her son (director Guy Ritchie) and daughter-in-law.
A visit from the Malawi child welfare services to Madonna's London pad has been a long time coming. But after several delays, Malawi representative Simon Chisale was spotted leaving the Queen of Pop's home this past Wednesday.
As previously reported by the Gossip Girls, a positive review of the Ray of Light singer's home is crucial to her securing full custody of 26-month-old adopted child, David Banda. And with several prior visits canceled for political reasons, Madge is sure to be excited in moving the process forward.
Madonna and her husband Guy Ritchie are preparing for a house visit from a Malawian court appointed official. The director of Malawi's child welfare services, Penston Kilembe, said financial and administrative difficulties had prevented him from traveling to London for an earlier scheduled visit, but he should arrive no later than September 7th.
Madonna and Guy Ritchie are getting a live-in guest for the next few days. Penston Kilembe, head of the child welfare services in Malawi, is visiting Madonna’s London abode to conduct a “home study” assessment in regards to the potential adoption of David Banda.