Madonna to go to Malawi on April 5, 2010 for family reunion and school

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Madonna va aller au Malawi le 5 avril 2010 pour une réunion familiale et l'école.


Madonna’s adopted tot Mercy ready for family reunion
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Madge’s tot ready for family reunion
By VIRGINIA WHEELER
Published: 29/03/2010

Madonna will reunite adopted Malawian daughter Mercy with her real family for the first time, it emerged last night.
The Queen of Pop, 51, will also meet with the natural father of adopted son David on next week's trip.
Madge is planning a lunch where the four-year-olds "can proudly show off their dance skills and meet their relatives", a pal revealed.
She jets off to Africa next Monday with her other kids Lourdes, 14, and Rocco, ten.
The source added: "She promised to take them back to their homeland. She sees it as vital they understand their roots.
"Mercy's meeting with her family will be particularly emotional as it's the first time she's seen them since last summer."
Madge, who is dating model Jesus Luz, 23, will also lay bricks to mark the start of building of her girls' academy.

Source: The Sun Showbiz Bizarre USA.


Madonna takes adopted children to meet real family in Africa
Miranda Bryant
29.03.10

Madonna's adopted Malawian daughter Mercy is to meet her real family for the first time.
The pop star, 51, also plans to meet the natural father of her son David on a trip to the African country next week.
The two four-year-olds “can proudly show off their dance skills and meet their relatives,” a source said.
The family — including Lourdes, 14, and Rocco. 10 — are set to fly out on Monday.

Source: Evening Standard.


Madonna to Reunite Her Adopted Daughter With Her Malawian Family
March 29, 2010 09:18:41 GMT

Madonna reportedly plans to fly to Malawi with Mercy and her adopted son David to introduce the little girl to her biological family.
Madonna is set to fly to Africa to introduce her adopted daughter Mercy to her biological family, according to a U.K. report. The "Material Girl" 's four year old spent her formative years in an orphanage in Malawi before the singer took her home last year.
The tot's father James Kambewa launched a legal bid last April to regain custody of his daughter, but gave up his fight just two months later, June 2009. But now he's preparing to be reunited with little Mercy. Britain's The Sun claims Madonna is flying the girl, as well as her adopted son David, back to Malawi next week to meet the families they left behind.
A source tells the publication, "She promised to take them back to their homeland. She sees it as vital they understand their roots. Mercy's meeting with her family will be particularly emotional as it's the first time she's seen them since last summer."

Source: AceShowbiz.


Madonna Will Introduce Her Adopted Daughter Mercy
By MusicRooms
29/03/2010

Madonna will introduce her adopted daughter Mercy to her birth family next week.
The singer was granted the right to adopt the four-year-old Malawian girl last June, after bitter legal wrangling. Madonna’s bid to give Mercy a new home was initially turned down as judges ruled she did not meet the country’s strict regulations as she was not a citizen of Malawi. The decision came following Madonna’s 2006 adoption of David Banda from the country, which was heavily criticised as it was claimed she had bypassed the usual regulations due to her fame.
After eventually being given custody of Mercy, Madonna said she was keen for both children to learn about their roots. She vowed to bring them back to Malawi so they could meet their relatives and understand their heritage, and it has now been revealed a trip will be taking place next week.
She promised to take them back to their homeland. She sees it as vital they understand their roots,” a source explained. “Mercy’s meeting with her family will be particularly emotional as it’s the first time she’s see them since last summer.”
The 51-year-old has apparently arranged a special lunch where both toddlers will get to know their birth families. “They will proudly show off their dance moves and meet their families”, a source explained.
During the visit, Madonna will also set down the first bricks at the new girls’ academy she is building in the country as part of her Raising Malawi charity. The organisation aims to improve the lives of orphans in the country.

Source: MusicRooms.


Madonna Planning Malawi Trip To 'Reunite Mercy With Family'
29 March 2010 08:19

Madonna is set to fly to Africa to introduce her adopted daughter Mercy to her biological family, according to a U.K. report.
The Material Girl's four year old spent her formative years in an orphanage in Malawi before the singer took her home last year (09).
The tot's father James Kambewa launched a legal bid last April (09) to regain custody of his daughter, but gave up his fight just two months later (Jun09).
But now he's preparing to be reunited with little Mercy. Britain's The Sun claims Madonna is flying the girl, as well as her adopted son David, back to Malawi next week (begs05Apr10) to meet the families they left behind.
A source tells the publication, "She promised to take them back to their homeland. She sees it as vital they understand their roots.
"Mercy's meeting with her family will be particularly emotional as it's the first time she's seen them since last summer."

Source: Contactmusic News.


Madonna Taking Adopted Kids Back to Malawi
Monday March 29, 2010

Madonna is taking her adopted daughter back to Malawi.
But don’t worry, it’s not because she wants a refund — the star, 51, will introduce the toddler to her real family for the first time.
The pop diva is set visit Africa with Mercy and her other children — 14-year-old Lourdes, 10-year-old Rocco and adopted son David Banda, who will get to meet his dad — so they can stay in touch with their roots.
She promised to take them back to their homeland – she sees it as vital they understand their roots,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.
Mercy’s meeting with her family will be particularly emotional as it’s the first time she’s seen them since last summer.”
During the trip, Madonna will also start laying bricks to mark the start of building her girls’ academy.

Source: Showbiz Spy.

Madonna to go to Malawi on April 5, 2010 for family reunion and school

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