Sunday, September 22, 2013

Madonna In NYC To Honor Jewish Holiday After Death Of Kabbalah Chief Rabbi Philip Berg

It's no secret that Madonna is a devoted supporter of Kabbalah since the 1990s.

The Queen of Pop was seen in NYC to honor the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, just four days after the death of prominent Kabbalah Chief Rabbi Philip Berg.

Madonna seemed casually chic as she arrived at Kosher eatery Prime at New York's Bentley Hotel on Friday.

Madonna, 55, was joined by three of her kids - Rocco, David and Mercy - who all wore white outfits to join their popular mom on the religious occasion.

Madonna wore ripped jeans, black and silver heels covered up with a black patterned scarf and hefty black jacket coverd with decorative zippers.

The recent loss of prominent Kabbalah Chief Rabbi Philip Berg will undoubtedly have saddened Madonna.

Rabbi Berg was the founder of the Kabbalah Center in Los Angeles, which is frequented by A-list Hollywood celebrities including Madonna herself, Ashton Kutcher, his ex-wife Demi Moore and also Paris Hilton and Britney Spears in the past.

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