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Madonna's twins get their very first Barbie dolls

Emmy Griffiths

Madonna has shared a video showing her adopted twin girls Esther and Stella receiving their very first Barbie dolls! The singer uploaded a short clip on Instagram showing the little girls, who are wearing matching white dresses, singing a nursery rhyme together as they play with their new Moschino Barbies. Fans were quick to praise the adorable clip, with one writing: "They are legit the cutest. And the fact that you gave them a loving home and a family warms my heart. You are such an inspiring and fierce human being." Another added: "They are so cute! I love their singing!"

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Madonna has shared several photos and videos on the adorable four-year-olds since adopting them from Malawi back in February. She announced the exciting news of the adoption with a sweet photo of herself holding hands with the two little girls, writing: "I can officially confirm I have completed the process of adopting twin sisters from Malawi and am overjoyed that they are now part of our family," she told her fans. "I am deeply grateful to all those in Malawi who helped make this possible, and I ask the media please to respect our privacy during this transitional time."

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Like a Prayer singer recently revealed that the pair love music, and has shared videos of them singing and playing the piano together. In one adorable clip, the pair sang Twinkle Twinkle Little Star together, and Madonna captioned: "A little night music." Speaking about the adoption, the presiding judge in the case said: "Her charity work brings her into contact with orphanages. And it was as a result of this contact that she felt compelled to fill a gap in their lives and open up her home to them. The petitioner satisfied me that this adoption is motivated by her desire to offer a home, love, protection and guidance to the infants. She would like to share what she has with those who are less privileged."