Madonna moves to Lisbon to help her adopted son David Banda become a football star
58-year-old style and pop icon singer Madonna is planning to relocate her family from their New York home and move 3,300 miles to Portugal so that her adopted son David Banda can play in the junior squad of the famous Portuguese club Benfica football .
Madonna has been staying in a Lisbon lodging, while a house she purchased in an adjacent town called Sintra is right now experiencing renovation has already bought a spectacular £5 million palace in the rolling hills outside Lisbon and is planning to enrol her younger children at the city’s exclusive £30,000-a-year French Lycée
The star who is determined to give her kids every opportunity in life and this one is too good to pass up. She and the family will be moving to Portugal in time for the new school year in September.’after spendin a two-week holiday in Lisbon, staying in the £13,000-a-night Presidential suite at the Hotel Ritz, and viewed multiple properties in the city before settling on the stunning 18th Century Quinta do Relogio Palace, a Unesco- protected property once owned by a Portuguese nobleman whose colourful life inspired Alexandre Dumas’s novel The Count Of Monte Cristo ” onlinemail added”
Her child, David is 1 of 4 children she adopted from Malawi in 2006.
He came through trials at the Portuguese club in the spring and is right now living at the club’s childhood foundation at Seixal in Lisbon’s rural areas.
He will go to Lisbon’s French lycee when schools return one month from now.
He will attend Lisbon’s French lycee when schools return next month.
Madonna certainly seems proud of her new identity, posting a picture of herself in a baggy black sweatshirt on Instagram with the word ‘Bitch’ written across the image. Underneath she wrote: ‘Because sometimes soccer Moms need to be a..she wrote