Beyonce and Madonna posed for a photo together backstage during the Renaissance tour over the weekend, which made the rest of us feel quite envious.
Madge was among the star-studded throng to witness the Cuff It singer perform in New York on Sunday, with her daughters Mercy, Stella, and Estere coming along for the trip. Madge’s condition had been cause for concern, as she had been hospitalised earlier in the week.
Beyoncé, upon realising that other members of the musical aristocracy were in attendance, gave a shout-out to one of them during the show by exclaiming, “Big shoutout to the queen!” While screaming for Queen Mother and Madonna, supporters yelled “we love you” to both of them.
The Vogue artist has now given fans a sneak peek of their evening out by posting a series of photos to Instagram, some of which show her cuddling up with her girls.
Posting a photo of the Grammy-winner’s epic shout-out on stage, Madonna penned: ‘Thank you Queen B for your magnificent show!
‘My daughters were enthralled! We love you!’
Other photographs showed her having a good time with the kids, such as one upload of her and her brood posing next to Beyonce and her youngest daughter, Rumi. The picture also showed her having a good time.
What we wouldn’t have given to just be a fly on the wall in the room and hear everything that was said…
It was a momentous night for Madonna, who had fans worried when she was taken to the hospital at the end of June after she was found comatose and had to be revived by medical staff.
At the time, reports claimed that she was ‘vomiting uncontrollably’, with her loved ones thought to be ‘fearing the worst’.
She was brought to the hospital for treatment, where the physicians determined that she was suffering from a severe bacterial illness that she had acquired.
It was then announced that the Like A Virgin performer had returned to her home and was healing there, surrounded by her family.
A month after her release, Madonna gave an update on Instagram in which she showed herself cuddling up with her children Lourdes Leon and David Banda. She captioned the photos with the phrase “happy to be alive” and said that she felt blessed to be alive.
‘Love from family and friends is the best Medicine. One month out of the hospital and I can reflect,’ she wrote. ‘As a Mother you can really get caught up In the needs Of your children and the seemingly endless giving.
‘But when the chips were down my children really showed up for me. I saw a side to them I had never seen before. It made all the difference. So did the love and support from my friends.
‘Thank you to all my angels who protected me and let me Stay to finish doing my work!’