Madonna’s love for the corset continues.
The Queen of Pop, 64, wore a cleavage-baring bustier top while celebrating Thanksgiving with her family this year.
She completed the sexy and edgy look with black stockings, black heeled boots and matching gloves, with layered silver necklaces.
“What I’m thankful for…………. 💛,” the “Material Girl” singer captioned the Instagram post.
Despite being rarely pictured together, all six of Madonna’s children — Lourdes “Lola” Leon, 26, Rocco Ritchie, 22, David Banda, 17, Mercy James, 16, and twin daughters Stelle and Estere, 10 — posed together for a pic that was featured in the singer’s latest photo dump.
Look-alike daughter Lourdes channeled her mom’s style in a black bustier and matching low-rise trousers, while Rocco, whom Madonna shares with ex Guy Ritchie, looked dapper in a gray tweed suit.
Her other children followed suit, with David cutting a fashionable figure in a blue turtleneck, Mercy rocking a long green dress and the twins stunning in adorable black and silver dresses.
Stelle and Estere were also pictured taking turns behind a DJ booth, seemingly providing the tunes for the family’s celebration in New York City.
“lovely family,” famed DJ/producer Diplo commented on the post, while another follower wrote, “The children have grown so beautifully! You’re an awesome mom! We can see it in your kids!”
As Page Six previously reported, fans of the “Vogue” singer have expressed concern for the chart-topper in recent months over a string of “concerning” videos.
Two weeks ago, the “Like A Virgin” songstress shared an “eerie” clip staring blankly at the camera inside a dark car while her 1992 hit “Waiting” played.
She then posted another video which showed her licking water out of a dog bowl and posing sexually with a variety of objects.
The clip, which was labelled “embarrassing” by fans, came just weeks after she twerked in lingerie, rapped about punching people in their “motherf—king face,” and seemingly came out as gay before strangely revealing that she was “not circumsized [sic].”