58-year-old Madonna is known to be a devoted Kabalist, and according to Xpose. ie, the legendary singer shared photos of herself over the weekend of her costume for a Purim party she attended in London. Not only did she wear a yellow dress, like Belle’s from “Beauty and the Beast,” she rounded off the look by also wearing a beast mask. The look is appropriate, as the movie premieres shortly.

Madonna with a rose between her teeth

One of the images shared on Instagram by Madonna showed her wearing the yellow dress, with a rose tightly clutched in her teeth and seated next to a male friend, French photographer JR, who was dressed up as the Pope.

She captioned the image to the effect that you sometimes just have to take off your mask and confess.

Another image showed her wearing the dress, with a princess-like necklace, fur stole, white gloves and black heels, and revealing the other part of her costume – the Beast mask. This consisted of a monstrous fake hairy head, complete with horns. That image was captioned to say she was “elegant and lady-like,” and that she was also “confident yet loving,” ending by wishing everyone a happy Purim.

Photographer Stephen Klein is another friend of Madonna’s who attended the party and he also posted a few images, one of which was captioned “The ‘IT Couple,” in which he wished his “Princess” a Happy Purim.

Another photo said in the caption that love is beyond the masks worn in this lifetime.

New additions to Madonna's family

People also wrote about the fact that Madonna recently added to her family by adopting twin daughters, Esther and Stella, from Malawi.

One of her images, posted in February, announced the news, saying she had completed the adoption of the four-and-a-half-year-old girls and is overjoyed they are part of her family, which now consists of six children.

The two Malawian girls join Lourdes, 20, Rocco John, 16 and 11-year-old David Banda and Mercy James. She captioned the image to say how grateful she is to everyone in Malawi who made the adoption possible while asking the media to protect the family’s privacy during the interim.