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Lourdes plays peacemaker between Madonna, brother Rocco

Lourdes is, apparently, very concerned about her mother. Madonna and her son Rocco from her ex husband Guy Ritchie is so strained that she has no direct access to her son. Hence, she is trying to play a peacemaker between the two.

music Updated: Mar 11, 2016 13:50 IST
Madonna daughter Lourdes Leon

Lourdes is, apparently, very concerned about her mother. Madonna has no official access or way of knowing what’s going on in Rocco’s life as she can’t get direct contact with Guy and has to conduct all their business through lawyers.(Madonna/Facebook)

Singer Madonna’s 19-year-old daughter Lourdes Leon has turned a peacemaker between her mother and her brother, Rocco, concerned about the deteriorating relationship between the Like a Virgin hitmaker and him. The 15-year-old is currently living in London with his father Guy Ritchie, reported Female First. Lourdes is the singer’s daughter from her former boyfriend, fitness trainer Carlos Leon.

“Lourdes is very concerned about her mother. Madonna has no official access or way of knowing what’s going on in Rocco’s life. She also can’t get direct contact with Guy. He wants to conduct all their business through lawyers,” a source said.

“Madonna is so proud of Lourdes, she believes she is proof of what a brilliant mum she was because she is now at university.”

Read: ‘Touring’ Madonna faces rebellion from her kids

A family portrait: Madonna with her kids Lourdes, Rocco and David Banda. (Madonna/Facebook)

Rocco left Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour late 2015 to be with his father, stepmother Jacqui Ainsley and three half-siblings in London, and later defied a court order to return to the US to spend Christmas with his mother. Last week, a judge ruled the teenager should stay with the Man From UNCLE filmmaker for the time being in order to prevent his schooling from being disrupted, and the former couple have been advised to make an amicable agreement over custody of the youngster.