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Madonna’s extravagant five-country holiday amid pandemic

Superstar Madonna has travelled more than 188,293km in three weeks on an extravagant getaway — despite strict travel bans amid the pandemic.The Like A Virgin singer, 62, flew from Los Angeles to London with her backing dancer boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 26.RELATED: Insiders spill on ‘crazy’ MadonnaThey were accompanied on the Christmas Eve trip by her…

Superstar Madonna has travelled more than 188,293km in three weeks on an extravagant getaway — despite strict travel bans amid the pandemic.

The Like A Virgin singer, 62, flew from Los Angeles to London with her backing dancer boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 26.

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They were accompanied on the Christmas Eve trip by her son David Banda, 15, daughter Mercy James, 14, and twins Estere and Stella, both eight.

She returned to London for a few days before the family set off again — joined by eldest son Rocco, 20, who is UK-based.

They all then flew to Malawi in late December — via a stopover in Aswan, Egypt.

They then spent a week in Malawi meeting President Lazarus Chakwera, mixing with locals and visiting a hospital which Madonna founded.

Then last Wednesday they flew on to Kenya, where they have been on safari.

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Sources close to Madonna insist they have all been taking regular COVID-19 tests to ensure they are not carrying the virus.

The pop queen, worth $766 million, is believed to have travelled by private jet — and has flown out personal photographer Ricardo Gomes to document her holiday in Malawi and Kenya.

Yesterday, she shared photos as she and her boyfriend mixed with the Pokot tribe of western Kenya.

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As of December 15, “high-value business travellers” have been able to dodge quarantine rules in the UK “subject to specific criteria being met”.

Travellers in Malawi and Kenya do not have to quarantine as long as they have negative COVID-19 tests.

It’s certainly not the first time Madame X has courted controversy during the pandemic.

In March, Madonna was criticised for calling the virus the “great equaliser” while isolating in her multi-million-dollar home in central London.

She said: “That’s the thing about COVID-19. It doesn’t care about how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are, how smart you are, where you live, how old you are, what amazing stories you can tell.

“What’s terrible about it is that it’s made us all equal in many ways — and what’s wonderful about it is that it’s made us all equal in many ways.”

Then in May, she claimed she had recovered from the virus, and in July, she was censored by Instagram for posting a conspiracy theory to her 15 million followers claiming that a vaccine had already been found but was being hidden from public view to “let fear control the people”.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and is reproduced here with permission.

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