MADONNA showed off a luxurious Thanksgiving on her Instagram as she celebrated the holiday by releasing rare photos of all five children.
The 63-year-old pop star celebrated alongside five of her six kids: her daughter Lourdes, 25, whom she shares with Carlos Leon; her son David, 16, whom she shares with Guy Ritchie; and her daughters Mercy, 15, and twins Estere and Stella, nine.
Her 21-year-old son Rocco, whom she also shares with Guy, was not present for what Madonna proclaimed "a family affair:" a twist of her new Vogue film collaboration with Steven Klein called "Private Affair."
Steven was a guest at the Thanksgiving dinner table, along with Luigi and Iango whom have shot several films with the popstar.
The extravagant Thanksgiving included a full day of cookie making, cooking, dancing, and playing outdoors before the whole family got glammed up for dinner.
David looked particularly grown up wearing a white blouse paired with yellow Gucci pants as he posed for the camera and even salsa danced with his mom.
Lourdes was pictured putting her lipstick on while Mercy jumped around in the kitchen with Estere and Stella.
The whole family looked extremely fashionable for the holiday, and Madonna rocked a long prairie-style black dress paired with black boots and layers of silver chains including a cross.
Madonna continued to post images from the day to her Instagram Stories outside of the short film she shared to her feed.
The photos included the star enjoying a slice of pie, the festive table set-up, and her guests Luigi, Iango, and Steven.
Just before the holidays, Madonna received backlash from fans as she posted photos of her nipples and graphic shots of her butt in an X-rated bedroom photoshoot that left little to the imagination.
On Wednesday, Madonna shared several photos of herself posing on and near a bed.
In the first snap, the Material Girl singer wore only fishnet stockings, a black thong and heels as her breasts hung out with her nipples on full display.
She wore her blond hair down and straight, while Madonna looked unrecognizable with a full face of makeup.
Following snaps caught the singer hanging on a railing at the end of the bed and posing with the metal in her mouth.
Madonna posed on her back in the fourth photo with her nipple fully out, followed by a pic of her resting on her side in the same revealing ensemble.
She then moved off the bed to kneel on the ground, which gave fans a clear look at her booty through the fishnet tights.
Madonna continued to strip down for the photoshoot, as she laid under the covers completely naked with a red heart emoji placed over her nipple.
More snaps followed of the singer flaunting her body on and off the bed, while the slides concluded with a photo of the Like A Virgin hitmaker fully under the bed as only her legs and butt stuck out.
She captioned the Instagram photos: “Angel watching over Me.”
Madonna was quick to receive celebrity backlash from the explicit photographs.
TV presenter Anneka Rice said: “Madonna and I are exactly the same age. I presume she’s searching for her phone charger. If I tried that I’d never be able to get up again.”
Piers Morgan, 56, who is one of the hitmaker and actress’ most vocal critics, simply tweeted: “Rock Bottom.”
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly spoke about the images on her morning show and called them sleazy.
Actress Kate Beckinsale, 48, shared a series of screenshot messages between her and her daughter Lily after pretending the snaps were of her.
The Hollywood star asked 22-year-old Lily: “Do you think this is too much? Thing is, my ass looks good.”
Lily replied: “I wouldn’t be embarrassed if you posted that. I would be concerned.”
Even rapper 50 Cent had something to say.
50 wrote in response to the photograph of Madonna under her bed, wearing Louboutins and fishnets: "Yo, this is the funniest s**t! LOL. That’s Madonna under the bed trying to do like a virgin at 63.
"She shot out, if she don’t get her old ass up. LMFAO GLG."
In two separate comments, the rapper added: "SMH and people say I’m f***ed up, no ya gotta look around. LOL,” and “BBL NOT DONE WELL, Bars fool BARS LOL."
But despite being generally mocked, Madonna’s post quickly racked up more than a million likes.
LITTLE TO THE I-MADGE-INATION
However, after Instagram took town the X-rated photos "without her consent," Madonna went on a furious rant about "sexism" and "misogyny."
Madonna reposted the images, but with her nipple covered with an emoji in several of the shots.
Alongside them, she raged against the nipple being "sexualized" and asked why men's nipples are allowed to be shown on Instagram when women's aren't.
The mother of six wrote: "I’m reposting photographs Instagram took down without warning or notification…..
"The reason they gave my management that does not handle my account was that a small portion of my nipple was exposed.
"It is still astounding to me that we live in a culture that allows every inch of a woman’s body to be shown except a nipple."
The Papa Don't Preach singer went on: "As if that is the only part of a woman’s anatomy that could be sexualized. The nipple that nourishes the baby!
"Can’t a man's nipple be experienced as erotic ?!! And what about a woman’s a** which is never censored anywhere.
"Giving thanks that I have managed to maintain my sanity through four decades of censorship…… sexism……ageism and misogyny."
She concluded: "Perfectly timed with the lies we have been raised to believe about the pilgrims peacefully breaking bread with the Native American Indians when they landed on Plymouth Rock! God bless America."
Nudity is not allowed on Instagram and the female nipple is included in that term, according to the platform's community guidelines.
There are some exceptions, such as "photos in the context of breastfeeding, birth giving and after-birth moments, health-related situations (for example, post-mastectomy, breast cancer awareness or gender confirmation surgery) or an act of protest are allowed."
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