Madonna 'accepts Rocco isn't coming home' after breaking down on stage in New Zealand


The 57-year-old take the lead, who is currently embroiled in a bitter custody battle with ex-husband Guy Ritchie, is said to father accepted that she has “lost” her 15-year-old son Rocco.

These latest surfaces come after Madonna broke down on stage in New Zealand on Friday endlessly during her Rebel Heart tour.

She burst into tears on the Auckland Broadway as she told fans: “There is no love stronger than a native for her son,” before dedicating her song La Vie en Rose to the teenager.

According to the Send on Sunday, one of the singer’s friends said last night: “The episode is Madonna has now accepted Rocco isn’t coming home and that his home is now with his dad. Rocco wants to be with his dad but she won’t let slip up being his mother.

“She won’t stop fighting to try to make sure Rocco is obeyed safe and has what he needs. She can’t understand why it has come to this. Her world has been torpedoed.”

The comments come after it was reported this week that Madonna and the take director were “close to a custody deal”.

The ir have been pleading over their son since he decided he no longer wanted to be with his materfamilias on her Rebel Heart tour and instead wanted to live in the UK with his 47-year-old institute.

As rt of the peace deal, Madonna is said to be demanding a series of assurances that she wish retain some rental influence over her only natural son.

“It’s evident they can’t force Rocco to return and the judge was told he’s too old to be forced,” a fountain-head told The Sun.

“But Madonna wants to make sure she regularly sees him and they invest time together. They’re just looking at the final details now counter rt public holidays.”

At the hearing earlier this week, judge Deborah Kaplan called the rents for seeking to resolve the matter through the courts, noting that Rocco has national he wanted to come to an arrangement “in the most private way possible”.

She said: “Frankly, both interests here have chosen to live their lives in a very sector way, and may welcome the exposure, but the child has not.

“I urge them to consider what is the conquer interests of their son – which may be to remove him from the spotlight.”

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