Madonna Shares Adorable Video of Twin Daughters Receiving First Barbie Dolls

Can you feel the excitement? Madonna shared an adorable video via Instagram of her twin daughters receiving their first Barbie dolls on Sunday, March 25.

In the short clip, the Material Girl’s daughters Estere and Stelle, both 4, perch atop a bed together as they each hold a Barbie doll. “What happens when you get your first Barbie Doll! ????!” the 58-year-old singer captioned the post. “Pikachu is left in the dust! @moschino ??”

What happens when you get your first Barbie Doll! ????! Pikachu is left in the dust! @moschino ??

A post shared by Madonna (@madonna) on

The little girls sing the Finger Family song for the camera as they make their Moschino Barbie dolls dance in time to the music. (The sisters have previously performed other songs for the camera, including a rendition of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” and a makeshift coffee song.)

In February, shortly after Madonna announced her recent adoption from Malawi, a source told Us that the pop icon’s growing brood is adapting to the newest family members just fine.

“They love the twins,” the Madonna source told Us of the “Living for Love” singer’s four older children. “When Madonna said she wanted to adopt, her kids were all for it.”

Madonna at the 2016 Billboard Women in Music Awards at Pier 36 on December 9, 2016 in New York City. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

Madonna is also mom of daughter Lourdes, 20, with ex Carlos Leon; Rocco, 16, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie; and 11-year-olds David and Mercy, who were both adopted from Malawi in 2006 and 2009, respectively.

Upon finalizing the adoption, Madonna announced the expansion of her family with a touching post to Instagram on February 8, telling fans that she was “overjoyed that they are now part of our family.”

Sign up now for the Us Weekly newsletter to get breaking celebrity news, hot pics and more delivered straight to your inbox!

Want stories like these delivered straight to your phone? Download the Us Weekly iPhone app now!

Close popup

Welcome to In Motion

Bring photos to life with Us Weekly's exciting new mobile experience!

What's In Motion? Tell me more

What's In Motion?

Go back

How to Use In Motion

What's In Motion? Tell me more