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Sunday 30 August 2015

Madonna ‘skiing every day’

Published 31/12/2013

Madonna
Madonna

Madonna was spotted skiing on the slopes of Gstaad with her children.

The 55-year-old was spotted hitting the slopes with her four children in the popular Swiss alpine village of Gstaad.

And according to Page Six she has high standards for her brood, as she demanded her 13-year-old son Rocco to ski his heart out.

“We go big or go home,” she was overheard saying.

“When you’re with me, it’s hard-core exercise. With me, it’s nothing but exercise. He doesn’t do that with his dad.”

Madonna shares Rocco with Guy Ritchie, the famous British director responsible for Snatch and Sherlock Holmes.

The teenager is apparently taking after his filmmaker father, as Rocco was making movies on the slopes.

In response to his mother’s urges that he put down the camera and concentrate on skiing, he reportedly quipped, “Drop it!”

Madonna’s eldest daughter Lourdes also had fun on the mountain.

The stunning 16-year-old Material Girl fashionista supposedly made an appearance at ritzy establishment GreenGo Club in casual garb.

Her “jeans and a cropped, sheer top” didn’t seem to go down well with the swanky crowd.

“This place is filled with Dior and Hermes, even for the teen set who all go to Le Rosey,” a source remarked.

Madonna recently split from her 25-year-old French dancer boyfriend Brahim Zaibat following a three-year relationship.

There has been speculation she has grown close to her ex-husband Sean Penn again and that they spent time together over the holidays.

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