“A single rose might be my backyard. A single good friend, my world,” wrote Madonna on July 18, sharing a quote attributed to writer/educational Leo Buscaglia together with a brand new photograph. Within the photograph posted to her Instagram account, Madonna, 64, embraced an enormous wall of pink roses, her face buried deep into the petals. The “Ray of Mild” singer wearing white, her blonde hair wrapped in a free braid. Madonna added “Thanks” to her message, exhibiting gratitude to these who wished her well following her recent hospitalization.
Along with this publish, Madonna shared two photographs of her recovering from her keep on her Instagram Story. In each pics, Madonna cuddled a purple stuffed animal/Squishmallow whereas wanting on the digicam. The photographs confirmed Madonna in make-up whereas her brows had been expertly trimmed, giving her a seductive attract as she held the purple critter to her chest.
— Madonna Paradise (@MadonnaParadise) July 18, 2023
The photographs got here greater than every week after Madonna broke her silence following the hospitalization that postponed her Celebration World Tour. The music icon got here down with a “severe bacterial an infection,” resulting in a several-day ICU keep. “Thanks on your constructive power, prayers, and phrases of therapeutic and encouragement,” wrote Madonna. “I’ve felt your love. I’m on the highway to restoration and extremely grateful for all of the blessings in my life.”
Madonna wrote that when she first awakened within the hospital – she was reportedly rushed into the ICU after being discovered “unresponsive” – the “Materials Woman” singer’s ideas turned to her kids. “My second thought was that I didn’t need to disappoint anybody who purchased tickets for my tour. I additionally didn’t need to let down the individuals who labored tirelessly with me over the previous couple of months to create my present. I hate to disappoint anybody.”
She added that her most important focus was “my well being and getting stronger” earlier than assuring followers that she could be again on her ft earlier than later. Although TMZ reported in late June that the an infection was “still wreaking havoc on her body,” Madonna was decided to get again on stage. The concept, she wrote, was to start the tour in Europe in October and reschedule the North American leg of the tour for later – possible, in 2024.