Madonna was grateful for quality time with her family this Thanksgiving.

The legendary star shared photos of her enjoying the holiday with her six children: David Banda, Rocco Ritchie, Mercy James, Lourdes “Lola” Leon and twins Estere and Stella.

On November 26, she posted the sweet Instagram dump, complete with fun solo and family poses, wine and an “I am thankful for…” note.

She captioned the photos a simple, “What I’m thankful for……… 💛”.

Of course, Madonna dressed up for the occasion in a black lace corset dress and flaming red hair and dark makeup to complement the bold look. Her kids opted for black, silver and blue ensembles, all varying degrees of formal.

The twins were clearly in charge of DJing the family affair, and Madonna can be seen grooving along to their set in the photos.

Madonna shares her daughter, Lourdes, with actor Carlos Leon, and her son, Rocco, with director Guy Ritchie. She adopted her other four children.

The “Like A Virgin” singer has gushed about her kids several times over the years.

In 2017, Madonna explained to People that the twins always felt like family from the moment they arrived. “It’s like they were always here,” she said. “It didn’t take long for them to get acclimated… and they’ve learned, in time, that I’m their mother and nothing is going to change that.”

She bragged about Lourdes’ talents to Vogue in 2019. According to the superstar, her daughter is “insanely talented.” Madonna confessed, “I’m green with envy because she’s incredible at everything she does — she’s an incredible dancer, she’s a great actress, she plays the piano beautifully, she’s way better than me in the talent department.”

During the same interview, Madonna also boasted about her son, David. “What [David] has more than anything is focus and determination,” she said. “I’m pretty sure he gets it from me. He’s the one I have the most in common with. I feel like he gets me; he has more of my DNA than any of my children so far. Let’s see what happens — it’s still early days for everyone.”

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