Thursday, December 22, 2011

Madonna covers up in granny chic for romantic dinner date with new 24-year-old toyboy



Dressing her age: Madonna appeared from dinner at the Wolseley with her new boyfriend Brahim Zaibat covered up in age-appropriate attire and looked tired

If she is not is not prancing around the stage in lycra leotards she is sporting barely-there outfits on the red carpet.

So it came as a surprise to see Madonna opting for a more mature look for a romantic dinner date with her 24-year-old boyfriend.

Madonna, 52, and Brahim Zaibat were spotted leaving the Wolseley restaurant in London after enjoying a romantic dinner date.

Covert op:Madonna and her new boyfriend Brahim left the restaurant separately avoid photographers and got different cars home

But after enjoying the meal the couple left the restaurant separately to avoid being photographed together.

Witnesses spotted the unlikely couple leaving the swanky hotel eatery two minutes apart and they got in separate cars to head home.

Looking like her 52-years the singer appeared from the restaurant looking tired.

Granny chic: Madonna covered from head to toe wearing a knee-length coat, scarf, gloves and tights for the dinner date

Dining at the Wolsely is a far cry from Brahim’s life in France as the dancer still officially still lives in a council flat in Lyon, eastern France.

But the French-style cuisine offered by the plush hotel may have helped to make the backing dancer feel right at home.

Before Zaibat, Madonna dated another 24-year-old - Brazilian Jesus Luz.
Zaibat is aware of the relative financial security Luz gained from his relationship with Madonna, propelling himself from an impoverished wannabe to a £20,000-a-night DJ and Dolce & Gabbana model.

Old flame: Madonna with ex-boyfriend Brazilian model Jesus Luz last year

And although he has been quick to divulge details about spending time with Madonna, he has told friends and family he has no interest in exploiting his relationship with the star.

He told the magazine his aim in life is to help children from similar underprivileged backgrounds. 'I just want to get on with my life - for everything to be normal,' he said.

source: dailymail [endtext]