London, July 26 : After weeks of rumours that their marriage is on the rocks, Madonna and Guy Ritchie are planning to hold a special family dinner to tell their nearest and dearest that their marriage is finally back on track.
The sexy singer and filmmaker, who have just weathered the biggest storm in their seven-year marriage, will put all the madness of the past few months behind them with a "Shabbat Nachamu" - a night of consolation.
The Kabbalah ceremony will be witnessed by two rabbis who will fly to the UK from New York, on the weekend of Madge's 50th birthday next month.
A host of their closest friends will go back to their Ashcombe estate in Wiltshire to see Madonna - known to pals as Em - and film director Guy stand up and reassure everyone their marriage is as strong as ever.
"They have a special Shabbat party in August - separate from Madonna's 50th. It's Shabbat Nachamu - which they want to do once a year to declare their feelings for each other," The Sun quoted a friend in their private circle, as saying.
"It's a very important dinner for them - they want everyone to know they are still in love. Em and Guy are making speeches in front of the rabbis. Knowing Guy, he'll have a laugh with it and they'll make light of the whole thing. But there is a serious message," the pal added.
The source added that their children - Lourdes, 11, Rocco, eight next month, and adopted David, two - are the most important things to the couple.
"The kids mean the world to them both and they are determined they will stay together," the source added.