Madonna insisted that she was not adopting two more children from Malawi, but it looks like she is indeed adding to her family. A spokesman for Malawi's High Court, has confirmed that Madonna's been granted permission to adopt a set of twins, reportedly named Esther and Stella, and can now bring them to the U.S.
"Today the High Court made a ruling that she should go ahead and adopt the two children," Mvula told Reuters. "Within a year, she should provide us with a home survey report, which the court has ordered her to provide." Mvula added that Madge, "smiled while she was making her way out of the courtroom, and then she drove away” with her new daughters.
According to "People," the two girls were oprhaned in 2012, when their mother died a week after she delivered. They wound up in an orphanage after the grandmother who was looking after them could no longer fully provide for them.
So far there’s been no comment from either Madonna’s rep or the singer herself. The twins will join their new brothers and sisters, 19-year-old Lourdes, 15-year-old Rocco, and 11-year-old David and Mercy, who she also adopted from Malawi.