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Madonna indicated her long-running custody battle over son Rocco could be coming to an end as she returned to the UK.

The Queen of Pop flew back to London – where son Rocco has been living with his dad Guy Ritchie – after drawing her worldwide Rebel Heart tour to a close.

And Madge seemed hopeful of being reunited with her estranged son, 15, as she wrote on Twitter: “YES! Good things are coming!”

Rocco chose to stay with his father in the UK after a visit in December and defied calls for him to return to his mother in the US.

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Madonna arrives back in the UK from New York
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Madonna and Rocco Ritchie

Madonna looked ready to face the music as she left New York’s JFK airport on a flight to the UK today.

The mum was dressed in a polka dot jumpsuit, a black blazer and fishnet tights.

She hid her eyes behind a large pair of black sunglasses but did flash a small smile.

The Like a Prayer singer lamented her custody battle on stage during her tour.

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Madonna has landed

According to TMZ, she told the audience in Auckland, New Zealand: “There is no love stronger than a mother for her son. But if I talk about him too much I might cry.”

Last month a High Court judge urged Madonna and her ex husband Guy to find a reasonable solution in the custody battle over their 15-year-old son.

Mr Justice MacDonald said the parents should make the most of “the precious and fast receding days” of Rocco’s childhood.

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Rocco has been living with his dad in London
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Madonna shared a tribute to son Rocco during her Melbourne show

He said: “It would be a very great tragedy for Rocco if any more of the precious and fast receding days of his childhood were to be taken up by this dispute.”

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He added Rocco was a “credit” to both parents, saying: “Far better for each of his parents to spend that time enjoying, in turn, the company of the mature, articulate and reflective young man who is their son and who is a very great credit to them both.”

A judge in New York made similar pleas.

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