Madonna stepped out of her Paris hotel in baggy, casual clothes as she prepared to perform the final Paris night of her sold out Celebration Tour on Monday.
The Queen Of Pop, 65, wore a blue and orange flannel shirt, a black jacket, and black sunglasses – almost identical to her Sunday look.
She also wore a black baseball cap and very baggy grey jeans and smiled as she left the Ritz, flanked by two bodyguards.
Madonna completed her look with chunky black trainers and held a gold cup in her hand, her hair styled in its signature two plaits.
The Paris leg of The Celebration Tour began on November 12.
Over and out: Madonna, 65, was pictured leaving the Paris Ritz hotel in baggy, casual clothes as she prepared to perform the final Paris night of her sold out Celebration Tour on Monday
Go-to look: The Queen Of Pop, 65, wore a blue and orange flannel shirt, a black jacket, and black sunglasses – almost identical to her Sunday look
The Paris leg was split into two legs performed on November 12-13 and November 19-20. In between, she performed in Cologne, Germany.
Now, Madonna is preparing to go to Italy where she will perform in Milan on November 23-25.
The Celebration Tour is Madonna’s 12th concert tour but the first to not be in support of a new album, instead it revisits Madonna’s old music.
A celebration of Madonna’s forty-year career, the tour began on October 14 in London and is due to end on April 24 in Mexico City.
Madonna was forced to cancel some dates when she was rushed to Intensive Care to treat a bacterial infection in June.
During one of her October shows in Belgium, Madonna said: ‘Less than four months ago, I was in a hospital and I was unconscious, and people were thinking, predicting that I might not make it.
‘So, it’s a f***ing miracle that I’m here right now. My mother, God bless her, she must be watching over me…she said, “Girl, it’s not your time to go.”
‘I had this strange thought. I suddenly had sympathy and empathy for my mother, not about the dying part, but how lonely she must have felt laying in hospital, knowing that she wasn’t going to live, and I was given another chance,’ she added.
Cool: She also wore a black baseball cap and very baggy grey jeans and smiled as she left the Ritz Hotel, flanked by two bodyguards
Gotta stay hydrated: Madonna completed her look with chunky black trainers and held a gold cup in her hand, her hair styled in its signature two plaits
Madonna’s brood: (L-R) Lourdes, Stella, Rocco, David, Estere, and Mercy
‘So I’m very grateful for that,’ Madonna continued, and then admitted, ‘I must tell you, I don’t feel really well right now, but I can’t complain ’cause I’m alive.’
‘Thank God for my children and all of you for your love and support, I really appreciate it.’
Madonna has six children: Lourdes Leon, 27, Rocco Ritchie, 23, David Banda, 18, Mercy James, 17, and twins Stella and Estere, 11, who took Madonna’s surname Ciccone.
Lourdes is Madonna’s daughter from seven-time Academy Award winner’s relationship with personal trainer-turned-actor Carlos Leon, and Rocco her marriage to director Guy Ritchie.