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Madonna allowed to adopt four-year-old twin girls from Malawi
Madonna has been granted permission to adopt four-year-old twins from Malawi, after she appeared in court to hear a judge rule in her favour. The American pop star, who has already adopted two Malawian children and has a biological son and daughter, has seen her adoption request approved after attending court in person.
The children, previously reported to be twin girls named Stella and Esther, could leave Malawi with the singer shortly after spending the last two years in the Home of Hope in Mchinji.
Their father was in court to observe proceedings, while their mother is understood to have died a week after giving birth in 2012 from caesarian section complications. The twins will join David and Mercy, the two children previously adopted into the US by Madonna amid some controversy. Judiciary spokesman Mlenga Mvula has now confirmed that Madonna had been granted an adoption order by Justice Fiona Mwale.
Mr Mvula confirmed that the Material Girl singer was in court yesterday as required by the adoption laws of the southern African nation, alongside her lawyer Titus Mvalo. “She appeared in court and has been granted an adoption order by the court,” said Mr Mvula. “We cannot give the names of children due to the adoption laws but we can confirm that the two children were born on 24 August 2012.”
Mr Mvalo, Madonna’s lawyer, said: “Madonna has demonstrated over the years that she has passion for Malawi and her children and therefore the court was satisfied and could not stop the adoption of the twins.”
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