Madonna’s son, Rocco Ritchie, was there to support her on the red carpet for the NYC premiere of her new concert film, and Rocco Ritchie was a carbon copy of his famous father, Guy Ritchie.
Rocco Ritchie was in attendance at the New York City premiere of Madame X on Thursday (Sept. 23) to support his mother, Madonna. Rocco, 21, was dressed to the nines in a blue suit with brown shoes, a black tie, and a white shirt.
He also had a striking likeness to his father, Guy Ritchie, who is Madonna’s ex-husband. At the concert movie premiere, Rocco dressed like a younger version of the Snatch director and made sure to show his love and support for his mother before stepping into the Edition Hotel’s Paradise Club & Theater in Times Square.
Rocco wasn’t the only one there to show his support for Madonna, who is 63 years old. David Banda, her adopted son, was also present. He wore a blue suit as well, but he didn’t wear a shirt. He wore his vest/waistcoat over a bare chest instead. Ahlamalik Williams, Madonna’s 27-year-old boyfriend, also attended the premiere, dressed in a black and yellow costume. Madonna wore a bustier top, fishnet stockings, white skirt, mesh gloves, and a glittering tiara with the words “F-ck You” to turn heads.
Madonna spent her 63rd birthday with all six of her children lately. Madonna posed with Rocco, David, her kids Lourdes Leon, 24, Mercy, 15, and twins Estere and Stella for her “6th century eXtravaganza” (who turned 9 in August.) Madonna released images of all of her children dressed up in various ensembles on her Instagram account on August 17, with Madonna’s attire being the most extravagant of them all. She accessorized with a jewel-encrusted headdress, a dazzling necklace, and a low-cut top. She captioned the photo, “Under the spell of the Byzantine Empire…” While in Italy, Madonna also shared images of herself with Ahlamalik. “Let the Birthday Games Begin!” says the narrator.………”
Elle’s October 2021 issue emerged on Thursday, with Billie Eilish on the cover and a statement from Madge in the story. Madonna was not pleased with the backlash Billie, 19, received after posing in underwear.
“Billie started off in a non-sexualized category, not appealing to the masses and not leveraging her sexuality in any way, which is her choice, and God bless her for that—after all, she’s been a teenager all these time,” remarked the singer of “Like A Virgin.”
“But why should she be punished if she wants to turn around and take images in which she is portrayed as a feminine woman, exposing her body in a way she hasn’t in the past?”