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Madonna Is A Super Proud Mom As Twins Daughters, Stella And Estere, Graduate: '2 Kweens'

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By Fiyin Olowokandi on June 24, 2023 at 7:00 PM EDT

It is a period of celebration for Madonna and her family thanks to her twin daughters Stella and Estere, whom she adopted in February 2017. Since the girls were four, the 64-year-old superstar has been a fantastic mother, ensuring not to drag them into the limelight given her fame.

In addition, she never fails to mark every milestone with unrestrained joy, which she did most recently as they graduated from elementary school.

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Madonna Celebrates Her Twin Daughters' Graduation In New Instagram Story Post

The Queen of Pop was undoubtedly filled with pride given her twins' latest achievement, which she celebrated on her Instagram Story. She could not help but share a photo of the girls looking adorable in blue graduation gowns and matching caps while grinning at the camera.

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Madonna twin daughter Estere and Stella celebrate graduation
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They were both captured by the stairs and holding a bouquet of roses wrapped in brown paper — Stella's was orange while Estere's was red. "2 Kweens!!!!" Madonna exclaimed in a text overlay, adding, "Happy Graduation!" She also dropped two crown emojis closed to the youngsters' heads and labeled them with their names. 

Given that the overjoyed mother rarely showcases the twins on social media, fans would recall another moment when she gushed about their crocheting skills.    

In April, the "La Isla Bonita" songstress uploaded two images of her baby girls posing side by side and looking all grown up in lovely crochet outfits. The 10-year-olds rocked two-piece ensembles consisting of a cropped blouse and a mini skirt; however, Stella chose blue while Estere chose pink.

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Their ensembles were almost similar, but Stella's blouse was polygon-shaped, while her sister donned a halter top. She also paired her clothing with a gray crochet beanie and a blue bag, compared to Estere, who accessorized with only a multicolored scarf.

As seen in the first post, the sisters gazed intently at the camera while striking model-like poses — Stella had her hand on her waist, and Estere raised one hand over her head. A delighted Madonna wrote at the top of the shot, "Cute Crochet Fits," before adding at the bottom, "Made By Stella and Estere!" 

A second post captioned "Girl Power!" featured Stella grinning with one hand under her chin, whereas Estere pouted and cradled her face with her two hands.

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The 'Take a Bow' Vocalist Marked Mother's Day With A Candid Message About Her Fears Of Motherhood

Although motherhood has been a beautiful experience for Madonna, it has not been without challenges as she tries to balance it with her career. The impressive milestone comes more than a month after Madonna shared a touching message about her fears of motherhood in celebration of this year's Mother's Day.

The award-winning singer who opened up about missing her late mother confessed to fantasizing for years about what it must feel like to have a mom to rely on for "help, guidance, care, and wisdom." The "La Isla Bonita" singer further wrote that in her 30s, she rejected the idea of ever being a mother as she associated the role with "sacrifice, suffering, and ultimately death."

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She wanted none of that but eventually became a mom, which surprised and confused her as she tried to figure out how she would balance being a "good mother and an uncompromising artist."

She shared a similar sentiment in an interview for a January issue of Vanity Fair Italy, during which she called it "the hardest thing" and "the toughest battle." The "Like a Virgin" songstress admitted that she struggled to comprehend how to be a mom and do her job; nevertheless, having and raising kids was a "work of art" to her. 

She also mentioned that the responsibility came with no manual, and she had to learn from her mistakes. "You have to learn from your mistakes. It is a job that takes a lot of time. And it is tiring because there's never rest," she explained.

Madonna's twin daughters Estere and Stella look grown as they flaunt crotchet skills
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Fortunately, Madonna believes she is blessed with kids who love art as much as her, which gladdened her. She gushed, "I have never encouraged my daughter Lola to make music or my son Rocco to paint. But I've always exposed them to art and music, and I'm happy they've found ways to express themselves."

Madonna has admittedly experienced her "highest highs and lowest lows" as a mama. Still, she remains very proud of her kids and whatever paths they follow.

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