Madonna: 'Growing up with a mother like me is a challenge'


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  ARCHIVE - May 5, 2019, USA, New York: Madonna, American singer, accepts the Advocate for Change award at the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. (to dpa 'Mayor asks pop icon Madonna for lost picture') Photo: Evan Ago
Madonna doubts whether she always does everything right as a mother. © dpa, Evan Agostini, EA CVI SAB AXS CULT

has been for decades Madonna (64) has become an integral part of the music world. This year she celebrates her 40th anniversary and celebrates it with a tour. She is known for constantly reinventing herself and sparking scandals, both minor and not so minor. But she is also a mother of six and this role is apparently her hardest, as she reveals in the interview.

Family and job are not easy to combine for Madonna either

Madonna has a 26-year-old daughter with Carlos Leon, 56 lourdes . your Sohn Rocco (22) comes from the marriage with Ex-Mann Guy Ritchie (54). Their children David (17) and Mercy (16), as well as twin girls Stelle and Estere (10) adopted her from Malawi. Having six kids, a full-time job and a life in the public eye isn't exactly easy to cope with, Madonna told Vanity Fair: 'Even today, I struggle to understand how my mother was be and do my job'. She also admits: 'Growing up with a mother like me is a challenge. It was the most difficult, the toughest fight.”

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Madonna at the beginning of her career

With her open and honest words, Madonna will speak to many mothers from the soul. She says it's a 'work of art' to raise kids and then please everyone. And mistakes happen, but “you have to learn from mistakes. It's a job that takes a lot of time. And it's exhausting because you never rest.'

At the same time, children are the greatest gift

But of course being a mother also has many beautiful sides for the world star. Especially when she sees how 'each of them has discovered their own creativity. I never encouraged my daughter to make music or my son Rocco to paint. But I've always exposed them to art and music, and I'm glad they found ways to express themselves. I have respect and admiration for what they do,' enthuses the Grammy winner of the talents of her offspring.

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