Madonna introduces toyboy Joshua Popper, 29, to son, 23, at her 65th birthday party

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Madonna used her birthday weekend getaway to introduce her 23-year-old son to her new boyfriend, who is only six years older than him.

The Queen of Pop spent her 65th Birthday weekend in Lisbon, Portugal and used the trip to introduce new beau Justin Popper, 29, to her son, Rocco, only six years Justin's junior.

Rocco Ritchie is Madge's oldest son with her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie and was on the family trip with siblings Lourdes, 26, David Banda, 17, Mercy James, 17, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere, according to a report from The Sun.

There are no reports that can shed any light on how the introduction went down between the pair but Popper has been dating Rocco's mom since the beginning of the year, after meeting when he was training Madonna's son David in the boxing ring.

Sharing a reel from the trip with her 19 million followers on Instagram, Madonna wrote, "It’s great to be Alive………… .. and Amazing to Be able to put on my dancing shoes and Celebrate my Birthday! Im So Grateful. Thank you Lisbon and to all who made it possible!"

Check out Madonna's 65th birthday video:

The video showed off an adventure that looked suitably extravagant and wild, with multiple parties, performances, high end meals, outfit changes, horse riding across the beach (and one unexplained piece of equestrian in what looks like a barn?) all scored by Madonna's iconic Vogue.

The birthday post came a day after Madge shared news of her rescheduled tour dates, after her initial tour was postponed due to a serious illness brought on by a bacterial infection.

Madonna has never shared the specifics of what the illness actually was, but has shared how grateful she is to have survived it, writing on Instagram in late June," I have felt your love. I'm on the road to recovery and incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life."

The 65-year-old icon also shared the birthday love over on TikTok, where she captioned a post "Happy Birthday to me!" hoisting a leg up onto a chair and revealing her black corset underneath, looking every inch the Queen of Pop that she has solidified herself as since the 1980's.

Madonna resided in Lisbon for three years between 2017 and 2020. According to The Portugal News, the 65-year-old will remain in Portugal's capital city until the weekend.

"She landed with about 30 friends from all over the world, on a normal plane because she is an environmentalist, she gave up her private plane a few years ago," CMTV columnist Adriano Silva Martins revealed.

Madonna's upcoming European tour is set to commence at the o2 in London on October 14 and will also take in shows in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal and the Netherlands before returning to England with a concert in Peninsula Square on December 6, before the North American leg begins a week later in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center and running all the way through to April 2024 and a tour closing show in Mexico City.

The tour, entitled Celebration, will chronicle the unsurpassed four decades of Madge's remarkable career.

Featured Image Credit: Fredy Builes/Getty

Madonna introduces toyboy Joshua Popper, 29, to son, 23, at her 65th birthday party

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Madonna used her birthday weekend getaway to introduce her 23-year-old son to her new boyfriend, who is only six years older than him.

The Queen of Pop spent her 65th Birthday weekend in Lisbon, Portugal and used the trip to introduce new beau Justin Popper, 29, to her son, Rocco, only six years Justin's junior.

Rocco Ritchie is Madge's oldest son with her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie and was on the family trip with siblings Lourdes, 26, David Banda, 17, Mercy James, 17, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere, according to a report from The Sun.

There are no reports that can shed any light on how the introduction went down between the pair but Popper has been dating Rocco's mom since the beginning of the year, after meeting when he was training Madonna's son David in the boxing ring.

Sharing a reel from the trip with her 19 million followers on Instagram, Madonna wrote, "It’s great to be Alive………… .. and Amazing to Be able to put on my dancing shoes and Celebrate my Birthday! Im So Grateful. Thank you Lisbon and to all who made it possible!"

Check out Madonna's 65th birthday video:

The video showed off an adventure that looked suitably extravagant and wild, with multiple parties, performances, high end meals, outfit changes, horse riding across the beach (and one unexplained piece of equestrian in what looks like a barn?) all scored by Madonna's iconic Vogue.

The birthday post came a day after Madge shared news of her rescheduled tour dates, after her initial tour was postponed due to a serious illness brought on by a bacterial infection.

Madonna has never shared the specifics of what the illness actually was, but has shared how grateful she is to have survived it, writing on Instagram in late June," I have felt your love. I'm on the road to recovery and incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life."

The 65-year-old icon also shared the birthday love over on TikTok, where she captioned a post "Happy Birthday to me!" hoisting a leg up onto a chair and revealing her black corset underneath, looking every inch the Queen of Pop that she has solidified herself as since the 1980's.

Madonna resided in Lisbon for three years between 2017 and 2020. According to The Portugal News, the 65-year-old will remain in Portugal's capital city until the weekend.

"She landed with about 30 friends from all over the world, on a normal plane because she is an environmentalist, she gave up her private plane a few years ago," CMTV columnist Adriano Silva Martins revealed.

Madonna's upcoming European tour is set to commence at the o2 in London on October 14 and will also take in shows in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal and the Netherlands before returning to England with a concert in Peninsula Square on December 6, before the North American leg begins a week later in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center and running all the way through to April 2024 and a tour closing show in Mexico City.

The tour, entitled Celebration, will chronicle the unsurpassed four decades of Madge's remarkable career.

Featured Image Credit: Fredy Builes/Getty