She famously relocated to Lisbon to become a ‘soccer mom’ in 2018 so that her adopted son, David Banda, could train at Portuguese club Benfica’s youth academy.
Now back in Los Angeles, it seems Madonna is still all about keeping her children active as they settle into family life at her new Hidden Hills mansion, that she purchased for a reported $19.3million just last month.
The Material Girl posed a series of photos and a video on Monday, that gave fans a glimpse into her lush pad, as she played basketball with children David, 15, Mercy James, also 15, and eight-year-old twin daughters Estere and Stella.
Baller: Madonna, 62, gives a glimpse into family life at her $19.3M mansion in LA as she plays basketball in the backyard with her children in a new Instagram video posted Monday
Not present for the family day of fun was Rocco Ritchie, 20, who is based in London, and daughter Lourdes Leon, 24, who recently revealed her acting ambitions saying she would like to play Mother Theresa on the big screen.
The video showed off David’s impressive basketballs skills, while also giving a sneak peek into her new surroundings, where stacked picture frames could be seen up against her white walls.
The Queen of Pop purchased her new home from singer The Weeknd, who had put an original price tag og $25 million on the mansion.
Keeping Up with the Ciccone’s: Madonna is seen in her new Hidden Hills mansion checking up on her children
Skills: Madonna’s son David Banda showed off his impressive basketball skills
Getting involved: Madonna’s Instagram video also showed daughter Mercy playing ball
So cute: The singer’s eight-year-old twin daughters Estere and Stella also joined in
Strike a pose: The Material Girl posed a series of photos and a video on Monday, that gave fans a glimpse into her lush pad
Boasting 13,391 square feet, nine bedrooms and 11 baths the home provides plenty of space on a sprawling estate in the exclusive gated community.
He originally purchased the property three years ago for $18.2million and listed for sale in June 2020.
The farmhouse-style mansion bares a striking design of white wood siding, a dark redwood and golden brown stone.
Des res: The Queen of Pop purchased her new home from singer The Weeknd, who had put an original price tag og $25 million on the mansion
Idyllic: The Ray of Light singer has been putting her own touch to the new pad
Making a house a home: One picture the singer intends to hang is features herself and iconic Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, a huge inspiration for the star
Legends only: another picture appeared to show the singer superimposed with Michael Jackson
Large windows in a black frame adorn the front of the house, on the first and second floor, as seen from the large concrete and grass driveway with room for plenty of cars.
Car aficionados will find the home with plenty of space, as there is also a five-car garage with glass door and a blue LED lit interior.
Inside, the home features a minimalist design with white walls, multi-toned hard-wood flooring and plenty of natural light.
Proud mama: Madonna referenced her own song ‘Hollywood’ as she showed off her children adjusting to their new lives in LA
Palace: The Queen of Pop purchased The Weeknd’s stunning Hidden Hills mansion for $19.3million, a big drop from its original $25 million price tag, earlier this year
Natural light: Large windows in a black frame adorn the front of the house, on the first and second floor, as seen from the large concrete and grass driveway with room for plenty of cars
The home also features a full wooden and granite top bar with room for four stools, as well as a large kitchen with dual waterfall granite islands with black cabinet storage and seating for four at the counter.
Meanwhile, Madonna remains as busy as ever in her career, as she gears up to release a concert film of her most recent Madame X world tour.
The Ray of Light singer is also working on a biopic of her life for Universal Pictures, which she plans to direct herself.
Giving good face: The Ray of Light singer is also working on a biopic of her life for Universal Pictures, which she plans to direct herself