It's double the pleasure for Material Girl Madonna. The superstar has been granted permission to adopt twin four-year-old girls from Malawi, bringing her total to four children adopted from the southern African nation. Two weeks ago, she denied applying to adopt in Malawi, telling People that "the rumors of an adoption process are untrue." Madonna arrived at the High Court in the capital city of Lilongwe with an entourage of security officials in tow. A spokesperson for the court told the press: "I can confirm that Madonna has been granted an adoption order for two children," describing them as four-year-old twins called Esther and Stella. In 2006, Madonna established a charity called Raising Malawi. She adopted David Banda there that same year and then brought Mercy James home in 2009. The charity funds a surgical unit for children at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Blantyre, a commercial hub. Stella and Esther were reportedly adopted from the same orphanage as David Banda was, the Home of Hope in Mchinji, a western town 70 miles from Lilongwe. All told, Madonna now has six children.