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Madonna’s Maternal Girl

by | 20th, October 2006

MORE news of little David Banda now.

With the boy in London Town, the Sun publishes a picture of the first time he and Madonna met.

Beneath a tree in deepest Malawi, crouched above the parched ground, Madonna cradles Davie Twist in her arms.

Liz Rosenberg, Madge’s spokeswoman, explains. “It was love at first sight,” says she.

And a witness to the scene tells People magazine: “The look of pure joy on her face was beyond words – not unlike when her own kids Lourdes and Rocco were born.”

And unlike the arrival of her other children, Davie has had little or no impact on Madonna’s figure.
Motherhood is a wonderful thing. And who better than Vinnie Jones, football enforcer-turned actor, to tell us all about it.

“If you knew them,” says Vinnie, “they probably wanted to adopt every one of those children at the orphanage.

“They don’t just wake in the morning and think, ‘Let’s do this today’. They will have completely thought it over.”

But it’s not for everyone. It’s not for Vinnie. “I’d love to do it but the way I’m working, I wouldn’t be fair,” says he.

For sure. Children often thrive in a stable environment. Whether it be in London, Los Angels, London, Malawi…

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