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Mother’s Day was a family affair for Madonna.
The “Material Girl” singer spent the holiday with all six of her children, a spy tells Page Six exclusively.
The group dined at Alice in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood Sunday night, holing up in a banquet booth in the restaurant.
“They walked in and legitimately no one noticed them because they looked so normal,” our eyewitness says.
Madonna, 64, wore a blue and black floral dress for the occasion, while her 10-year-old twin daughters, Estere and Stella, matched in Dolce & Gabbana’s graffiti dress ($1,895).
The pop star’s son David Banda, 17, dressed handsomely in a sport coat and tie while her daughter Lourdes Leon, 26, kept her look casual in a crop top and beanie.
Meanwhile, Madonna’s 22-year-old son, Rocco Ritchie — or shall we say “Rhed” — looked chic in a denim jacket while her daughter Mercy James, 17, looked lovely in a dress with a denim jacket of her own overlaying it.
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Our spy says the group enjoyed the Italian seafood menu and also drank wine and noshed on brownies after their meals.
They arrived at Alice around 9:30 p.m. and departed about two hours later.
Despite the “Evita” star facing criticism for her face after plastic surgery, our spy says she “actually looks good.”
“She just looked normal,” the onlooker adds.
Although Madonna hit back at her haters in February, saying she has been “degraded,” her longtime friend Rosie O’Donnell told Page Six exclusively last month that Madge is strong enough to handle her critics.
“You know, Madonna is one of the most famous women in the world and has been my entire lifetime,” O’Donnell, 61, shared. “And she would get vitriol at her at the height of her fame.”
She added, “She knows who she is, what she wants, what she wants to look like, what she wants to wear, what she wants to say. And I think she’s strong enough to weather whatever complaints people have about her now and for always.”
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