Singer travels distant countries despite the corona pandemic
Madonna doesn't let the pandemic put a stop to her travel plans. Within two weeks it set foot in five countries.
The Queen of Pop Madonna (62, "4 Minutes") seems to be sticking to her jet set life despite the corona pandemic. The artist has been traveling since Christmas, as reported by the British "The Sun". According to this, the singer's multi-week trip began on December 24 with a flight from Los Angeles to London, where her oldest and biological son Rocco lives. The 20-year-old comes from Madonna's divorced marriage with director Guy Ritchie (52, "Sherlock Holmes").
The alleged travel plan of the 62-year-olds: five countries in two weeks. She will not only be accompanied by her son Rocco, her four adopted children David Banda (15), Mercy James (14) and the twins Estere and Stella (8) will also be part of the party. Just like Madonna's new friend and dancer Ahlamalik Williams (26).
Corona tests are a must
After the Christmas holidays that were spent together, the family left. Her plane is said to have taken off for Malawi in East Africa on December 28, with a one-day stopover in Aswan, Egypt. The Queen of Pop spent a total of a week in the home country of her adopted children.
Pictures and videos on Instagram show the artist singing and dancing with the locals, visiting a hospital she founded and performing a corona test, among other things. A source close to the family had assured "The Sun" that Madonna and her companions would be regularly tested for the virus to guarantee a safe trip.
Where is the artist currently staying? On January 6, she arrived in Kenya, where she and her family are said to have taken part in a safari. The 62-year-old also recently sent greetings to her Instagram followers from this country by sharing a video of herself that she showed during a night bath in the open air.