Je peux encore adopter, dit Madonna.
Madonna has revealed she could adopt again.
The 51-year-old star already has two children from Malawi - son David Banda and daughter Mercy - as well as Rocco, from her marriage to Guy Ritchie, and Lourdes, from a previous relationship.
But when the singer was asked if she would adopt again, she told GMTV: "Never say never."
The star, who funds the Raising Malawi charity serving 25,000 orphaned children, added: "I'm really proud of the work that I'm doing in Africa. I feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment in terms of my career and the work that I have done.
"I have four children now and I'd like to think I'm a good mother. I feel a great sense of satisfaction in all areas of my life."
Madonna, who has moved back to New York following her split with Ritchie last year, said she did not miss London pubs.
But the pop queen, whose former husband owns the Punch Bowl pub in London, said: "I miss being able to walk around the neighbourhood. It's more mellow, laid back and relaxed (in London) than it is in Manhattan."
Source: PRESS ASSOCIATION.
Madonna Refuses To Rule Out Another Adoption
07 December 2009 16:06
Madonna has refused to rule out adopting another child, hinting she may return to Malawi to bring another youngster into her family.
The pop superstar has a 13-year-old daughter, Lourdes, from her relationship with Carlos Leon, and Rocco, nine, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie.
The former couple travelled to the African country of Malawi in 2006 to adopt son David Banda, and after their divorce was finalised in 2008, Madonna returned to take home little Mercy James this year (09).
And when asked whether she would ever adopt another child, the pop superstar replied, "Never say never. I have four children now and I'd like to think I'm a good mother."
During the interview with British TV show GMTV, the singer also admitted she misses living in London since she moved back to her native New York after splitting from Ritchie.
She added, "I miss being able to walk around the neighbourhood. It's more mellow, laid back and relaxed (in London) than it is in Manhattan."
Source: Contactmusic News.