Madonna is known for posting daring photos, but the images she shared on Wednesday, which showed a large bruise on her left leg, left fans concerned.
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"Life has beaten me up! Do you think I give a [expletive]. Only the Devil Cares….,,,,,,,,,,, HOMEWEAR………….. @versace," she captioned the photos taken inside her Los Angeles bedroom.
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The mother-of-six wore a gorgeous Versace robe for the shoot and completed her look with large sunglasses, high-knee stockings and a gorgeous pair of metallic shoes.
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As for her hair, the star wore plaits and kept her makeup natural, with a bold brown lipstick.
Madonna displayed a large bruise in her left leg
For one of the snaps, Madonna purposely pulled her tights down to show the large bruise, which began around her hip area and went down to the knee.
Fans were quick to voice their concern, with one writing: "What happened on your leg dear ????" Another remarked: "What happened??," followed by a teary-eyed emoji.
A third added: "We are all beaten by life but the important thing is to get up and you know how to do this very well!"
Madonna is clearly enjoying being back at home in Los Angeles, after spending the festive break with her family in Gstaad.
Madonna spent Christmas with her family in Gstaad
The singer was accompanied by her six children, daughter Lourdes, 25, Rocco, 21, David Banda, 16, Mercy James 15, and nine-year-old twins Stella and Estere.
Sharing pictures of their adventures in the Swiss town, Madonna wrote on Instagram: "Farewell Gstaad……….We will never forget your Mountains or your Moonshine!"
Another post showed her twins learning how to ski. The video, which played to her hit Frozen, showed the youngsters' journey, from skiing with just one ski and falling down, to hitting the slopes by themselves and celebrating by high-fiving their instructor.