Inside Madonna's Kids' Flight to the Super Bowl
The whole gang turned out to support mom at Super Bowl XLVI!
A source tells Us Weekly that Madonna's four kids, Lourdes, 15, Rocco, 11, David, 6, and Mercy, 6, along with two nannies, hopped a direct flight from NYC's JFK International Airport to Indianapolis International Airport just in time to catch the weekend's festivities.
"The group of six were seated in the last rows of the plane, next to the bathroom," the source tells Us. "Lourdes was speaking in French to her nanny for most of the flight, and also did not turn off her iPod when instructed to. David was spotted doing what seemed to be homework. His nanny was overheard helping him with his spelling and encouragingly correcting him."
"When the flight landed, all the passengers exited and were asked to stand in a single file line before walking out through the gate into the terminal, so the family could walk out unbothered. They were greeted with a sign at the gate that read 'Chloe Warner,'" the source adds.
On Sunday, Madonna hit the stage at the Lucas Oil Stadium where the New York Giants faced the New England Patriots for her performance during the Super Bowl halftime show.