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Madonna arrives in London with 25 pieces of luggage

The 51-year-old star looked pale and tired as she stepped off the plane from New York with her two kids.

Written by ANI | London |
March 31, 2010 10:32:57 am

Madonna landed at London’s Heathrow airport with more than 25 pieces of luggage.

The 51-year-old star looked pale and tired as she stepped off the plane from New York with her two adopted kids,David Banda,four,and Mercy James,also four.

However,the two porters who had to move the enormous pile of luggage looked far more exhausted,reports the Telegraph.

They were photographed struggling to shift two trolleys laden down with bags through Terminal 3.

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Among them,there appeared to be a cold box – the singer is notoriously fussy about her food – along with suit bags and a series of Louis Vuitton cases.

Madonna lived in the UK during her seven-year marriage to film director Guy Ritchie,41. Since their split in 2008 she has been living in Manhattan.

She is thought to have jetted back for six months while she directs her new film W.E. and is rumoured to be living in Marylebone,central London.

The film tells the story of the 1936 marriage of American socialite Wallis Simpson to King Edward VIII,who gave up the throne so they could stay together.

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