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Madonna, 60, steps out in conservative trench coat

Madonna, 60, steps out in conservative trench coat a day after dropping shocking new topless album art for Madame X

She’s known as the Queen of reinvention and Madonna stepped out looking perfectly conservative in London‘s Portman Square on Wednesday. 

The 60-year-old was wrapped up against the rain in a chic navy blue trench coat which she wore over the top of a pretty midi skirt. 

She wore a pair of heeled ankle boots and carried an oversized bag in her hand.

Madame X: Madonna, 60, stepped out in a conservative trench coat as she headed out in London's Portman Square on Wednesday

Madame X: Madonna, 60, stepped out in a conservative trench coat as she headed out in London’s Portman Square on Wednesday

The Like A Prayer hitmaker wore her blonde locks up with a slick of sexy red lipstick and of course wore designer shades. 

The outing comes a day after the American singer-songwriter dropped shocking new art for her latest album Madame X.

The Material Girl posted a snap to her Instagram account revealing a topless model with a rose pierced through her nipple.

Details: The Like A Prayer hitmaker wore her blonde locks up with a slick of sexy red lipstick and of course wore designer shades

Smart: She wore a pair of heeled ankle boots and carried an oversized bag in her hand

Details: The Like A Prayer hitmaker wore her blonde locks up with a slick of sexy red lipstick and of course wore designer shades

Very racy: Madonna dropped shocking new art for her latest album Madame X the day before

Very racy: Madonna dropped shocking new art for her latest album Madame X the day before

She captioned it with the words: ‘Portrait of A Lady… Madame X. Album drops June 14th.’ 

Her new album – Madame X – is due out June 14.

But all five new singles that have dropped – including Medellin – have failed to debut on the Billboard Hot 100. 

The singer’s latest album was inspired by her time in Lisbon, where she moved in 2017 to help her now 13-year-old son David Banda pursue his ambitions in professional soccer.

‘I didn’t go to Lisbon to make a record,’ she dished during a Q&A at MTV’s London offices, explaining she was there ‘to be a soccer mom, which is a crazy story, I know.’

She said she eventually became ‘a little bit depressed’ with her stagnant routine, feeling she had become ‘netty-no-mates,’ according to Billboard.

More to come: Madonna has been busy promoting her latest music on social media

More to come: Madonna has been busy promoting her latest music on social media  

 

Daily Mail UK

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