Despite a staggering $800 million new worth, Madonna was photographed last week disembarking from an economy flight in Portugal.
The fabulously wealthy recording artist was traveling from Heathrow to Lisbon when her Air Portugal flight was diverted to Porto for refueling, according to the Daily Mail.
Madonna was said to be “hiding completely [unrecognized] in the cheap seats” as she sat patiently on expensive Louis Vuitton luggage, instead of sitting in business class, which likely suggests there were no other seats available.
Wearing a long, black and white checkered coat and a monochrome striped scarf, she hid her make-up free face under a grey fedora hat, the British tabloid noted.
Stunned passengers were left open-mouthed as they watched Madonna get off an economy flight – loaded with her Louis Vuitton luggage – after their plane was diverted on its way to Lisbon. Madonna was just sitting and waiting, while her assistant was on the phone, an onlooker said. pic.twitter.com/USA8yMGNOV
— Madonna Nation (@MadonnaNation) December 1, 2017
It’s not clear why the iconic singer wouldn’t just charter a private jet.
Perhaps, Madonna is getting used to rubbing elbows with the little people after taking part in the feminist anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington earlier this year.
The Burberry reversible wool and cashmere-blend coat Madonna was rocking can be added to your personal wardrobe for just $2,638.00 U.S. dollars — the luggage will set you back a lot more.
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