Christmas Not Completely Cancelled at Madonna's


Nov. 30 2007, Published 9:46 a.m. ET

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Christmas may be cancelled in the Ritchie household, but have no fear, there’s still some cheer around the home. Guy Ritchie tells Extra he and Madonna have merely amended their traditions on the gift-giving holiday with their children, Lourdes, 11, Rocco, 7, and David, 2.

“The kids are only allowed three presents,” he tells Extra. “So by the time they get to the third present they’ve had their sugar hit. As long as the kids get three presents at Christmas, everyone’s being happy.”

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While Christmas is celebrated, sort of, you can bet Hanukkah isn’t. Reports have run rampant of the clan converting to Judaism, which holds Kabbalah, Madonna’s red string-wearing religion of choice, under its umbrella, but the handsome Brit says he’s “completely unaware” that they have.

“I don’t think anyone’s converted to Judaism in my family,” he says. “I have not converted to Judaism and neither has my wife.”

Lourdes Leon

Also false are rumors of Lourdes starring in the next Harry Potter flick, but as for the talk of future adoptions — David was adopted from Malawi — the 39-year-old says never say never.

"Who knows. My wife and myself like kids so we'll have to wait and see what happens."

For more on Guy, tune in to Extra tonight!


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