“A survivor, he taught me the importance of hard work”

A tender message of good wishes from Madonna al dad Silvio Anthony Ciccone, known as Tony, of Abruzzo origins, who turns off ninety candles. An event that Madonna wanted to celebrate with a social dedication to dad, to whom he gave a video of the day spent together: “”

The post shared by Madonna for the ninety years of her father Silvio Anthony Ciccone

Madonna and the post for the ninety years of her father Silvio

The big star Madonna does not forget the family and for the ninety years of dad Silvio Anthony Ciccone, of Italian descent, leaves his commitments in the entertainment world and spends the day with him. Madonna he also shared a post in honor of Silvio Ciccone, with a video that contains the moments of celebration and a tender caption: “My father is a survivor – he wrote on Instagram – he grew up as an Italian immigrant in the United States and has faced various traumas , but he always worked hard to earn everything he had. He taught me the importance of hard work and the importance of finding your own way in life. Thanks again. It was so special to have been able to spend your 90th birthday together and with my children in your vineyard. happybirthday ohfather thestrangers @cicconevineyard ”.

Madonna he spent the day of celebration with his children. The singer has six, of which four are adopted: she had her first in 1996, Lourdes Maria, born from the relationship with personal trainer Carlos Leon. In 2000 she married director Guy Ritchie, Rocco John was born from their marriage the same year and then in 2006 she adopted a child from the Malawi area, David Banda. The singer then adopted Mercy James in 2009 and twins Stella and Ester Mwale in 2016. Rocco John Ritchie was the only one missing in the family party for Silvio Anthony Ciccone’s ninety years.

Last updated: Friday 4 June 2021, 22:28



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