Madonna’s twin daughters Estere Ciccone and Stelle Cisopera were born on the 24th. August 2012, born in Malawi. The twins have four other siblings: David Banda Mvale Zikkon Ritchie and Mercy James, both adopted by Our Lady, and the biological children of their mother;Lourdes Maria andRocco John Ritchie.
The twin sisters grew up in the Home of Hope orphanage in Mchinji. They were four years old when Madonna adopted them in 2017.
Determination of Esther Ziccon and Stella Ziccon
Madonna’s twin daughters have suffered the same fate as her brother David Banda. His biological mother died five days after childbirth from complications of a Caesarean section. His father, Adam Mwalet, who already had five children at home, could not provide for all his needs. So Mail gave it to the orphanage.
In 2017, after the adoption of twins from the House of Hope, Madonna became the mother of six children. It’s the same orphanage where Madonna adopted her son David Banda. Moreover, the mother of the twins was confronted with many complications in the adoption process and with accusations by activists from the group. But in the end she managed to adopt two girls and bring them to their new home in New York. Madonna has officially adopted the twins through her Instagram account.
The beautiful twins also have their own Instagram account, which is managed by their mother Madonna. The twins kept their family name in order to preserve their identity as Malawians.
What is the plan for the twins?
Stell and Esther Chiccone had settled in New York, but have now moved to Lisbon. Madonna announced the decision to help her son David continue his football career. At the age of 6, the twins seem to be happy and enjoying life in Lisbon with their families.
Madonna’s twins, Stella and Esther, fit their mother’s wig. Image source: cicconetwins/ Instagram.
Their Instagram account is very active and they often post photos and videos about themselves.
Stella and Esther Caccione – Name for
Stella: It is a Latin and Italian name that means star.
Esther: This is the name of the ancient Persian and Akkadian languages, which also means star.