Madonna shared her twin daughters’ creative flare for fashion on social media on Monday.
The singer, 64, took to her Instagram Story to showcase 10-year-old Estere and Stella’s talent as they modeled “cute crochet fits” they designed themselves.
Writing alongside the post, the Material Girl hitmaker penned: “Girl power!”
The music icon also shared a video of Estere DJing at home and playing Beyoncé’s hit Break My Soul (The Queens Remix), which heavily sampled Madonna’s 1990 song Vogue.
Aside from applauding her twins’ talents, Madonna also shone a light on 17-year-old daughter Chifundo Mercy James’ photography with performance artist Ivy Mugler on the streets of Manhattan.
Madonna is also mother to Lourdes, 26, with ex-boyfriend Carlos Leon, Rocco, 22, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie, and David, 17.
Recently, the singer admitted that it must be a “challenge” for her children to have “a mother like me”.
“It has been the most difficult, the hardest battle,” she said in an interview for Vanity Fair’s Icon Issue in which she is the cover star.
“Growing up with a mother like me is a challenge… Today, I am still struggling to understand how to be a mother and do my job.”
The music legend also said she finds it “exhausting” balancing her career with parenting.
She continued: “Whoever you are, having children and raising them is a work of art and no one gives you a manual. You have to learn from mistakes.
“It is a profession that requires a lot of time and it is exhausting because there is never rest.”
However, the pop superstar said she is proud of her children for paving their own paths through the arts.
She explained: “I have never encouraged my daughter Lola to make music or my son Rocco to paint, but I’ve always exposed them to art, to music, and I’m happy that they’ve found ways to express themselves.
“I have respect and admiration for them and for what they do.”