12th November 2008 01:03Guy Ritchie has been re-united with his sons for the first time in weeks, but the meeting reportedly came with a list of 12 strict rules from estranged wife Madonna. The rules insist that [b:32s178nc]Ritchie must allow the boys to only drink Kabbalah water - spring water that has been blessed by Kabbalah religious leaders. [/b:32s178nc] They also forbid toys that are [b:32s178nc]"spiritually unsound"[/b:32s178nc]. The director was photographed in a tight embrace with his sons - Rocco, 8, and David, 3 - at London's Gatwick airport yesterday. But the children's mother, who is in the US, maintained a strong hold on them by emailing Ritchie the list of 12 orders, the Daily Mail reported. The rules include: * the children be able to talk to Madonna by phone three or four times a day at times set by her; * the couple's separation not be discussed with the children; * the children be prevented from looking at newspapers, magazines, TV or DVDs; * they must only eat macrobiotic, vegetarian food with no processed or refined food; *[b:32s178nc] any water they drink, even if used to dilute organic juice, had to be Kabbalah water[/b:32s178nc]; * [b:32s178nc]they only wear clothes sent by Madonna, but if something had to be bought, it should not contain man-made fibres[/b:32s178nc]; * [b:32s178nc]they should not be bought any toys that are "spiritually or ethically unsound";[/b:32s178nc] * [b:32s178nc]their hands must be regularly cleaned with disinfectant[/b:32s178nc]; * they must not to be photographed while with Ritchie or see his friends, [b:32s178nc]particularly female ones;[/b:32s178nc] * [b:32s178nc]at bedtime, Ritchie must only read The English Roses, a series of children's books written by Madonna about "the five most fab young lasses in London"[/b:32s178nc]. "The idea first came about through my Kabbalah teacher, who suggested that I share the spiritual wisdom Ive learned studying the Kabbalah by writing children's stories," Madonna wrote on the book's website. "The English Roses deals with envy and jealousy and how these emotions cause so much unnecessary suffering in our lives." The book appears to be better suited to young girls than her sons Rocco and David. In a recently released book, Hooray for the Holidays, one of the girls daydreams about being a ballet star. "As a troupe of evil mice arched in attack, she was whisked deftly to safety on the arm of her valiant nutcracker prince," an extract reads. The couple continue to battle over custody of the children, with Ritchie hiring top lawyer Stephen Cobb, QC, the Daily Mail reported. Nutter!