Madonna hints at adopting again

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  • She's 51 and has four children, but Madonna hasn't ruled out adopting again

    She may be 51, and she may have four children, but according to a recent interview with GMTV, Madonna hasn’t ruled out the possibility of adopting again.

    When asked whether further adoption was on the cards, the pop star simply replied: ‘Never say never.’

    Madonna, who already has daughter Lourdes, 14, son Rocco, nine, as well as two children from Malawi, David Banda and Mercy, both four, went on to say: ‘I’m really proud of the work that I’m doing in Africa. I feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment.

    ‘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.’

    So does this mean that the Queen of Pop is happy to remain in the US, or is she missing Brit culture since she left our shores earlier this year?

    In a word, the singer says ‘no’, although she does admit to missing the laid back atmosphere of Britain. ‘I miss being able to walk around my neighbourhood,’ she says. ‘It’s much more laid-back and relaxed than Manhattan.’

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