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Madonna and son David Banda return to the exact orphanage crib where first met 12 years ago

Where it started… Madonna and son David Banda, 12, went back to the exact place they first met during a visit to his native Malawi this weekThough he’s yet to hit his teens, David already towered over his 5foot5 mom.

In the photo Madge appeared overwhelmed with love, closing her eyes and wrapping her arms tight around her soccer player son.

The Lucky Star singer was a burst of energy in a rainbow hued silk number while hugging her monochrome-clad middle son.

First trip: Madonna adopted son David Banda from Malawi in 2006 when he was only a baby, seen above while touching down in NY with him for the first time

Close: Though he’s yet to hit his teens, David already towered over his 5foot5 mom, seen above in a sweet moment with mom last summer 2017Madonna met David and fell in love instantly during a visit to Malawi in 2006 when she was working with the organization Raising Malawi.

In 2009 she began the process of adopting daughter Chifundo ‘Mercy’ James.

Originally rejected, the adoption went through on appeal in late 2009.

Sing-a-long: Madge also shared a sweet video singing with the kids of Raising Malawi

Sing-a-long: Madge also shared a sweet video singing with the kids of Raising MalawiFour-year-old twins Esther and Stella were adopted by the singer in 2017.

Madonna has two older children: daughter Lourdes Leon, a 21-year old dancer/actress, and son Rocco Ritchie, who at 17-years-old is said to be courting a career in art.

And the entire brood was along for the trip to Malawi, seen in a touching family photo online together

The pop star has been keen on making her children’s dreams come true, reportedly moving the entire family to Lisbon, Portugal so that David can pursue his passion for soccer with the Benfica sports club.

All together now: Madonna shared a photo of her entire family of seven (her included) from their trip to the southeast African nation

All together now: Madonna shared a photo of her entire family of seven (her included) from their trip to the southeast African nation