Pink’s found her true love in her husband, Carey Hart! The long-term Hollywood couple seem to have found the secret to making their relationship work, no matter the circumstance.
The twosome met in 2001 at the Summer X Games in Philadelphia. After reconciling following a brief split in 2003, Pink proposed to Hart in 2005 while the motocross racer competed during the Pro 250 class finals in Mammoth, California. They tied the knot in Costa Rica in 2006.
The “Just Give Me a Reason” singer revealed in 2008 that the pair had called it quits after two years of marriage. Their separation inspired her tracks “So What,” “Mean,” “I Don’t Believe You” and “Please Don’t Leave Me,” all of which appeared on her Funhouse album that same year.
The duo ultimately found their way back to each other, as Pink confirmed their reconciliation in February 2010. Nearly eight years later, she brought up their rocky past while commemorating their 12th anniversary via Instagram. “12 years married today. 16 if ya count the 4 years we spent deciding if we were going to live together forever or kill each other,” she captioned a collection of pictures of the couple from over the years in January 2018. “It’s been a nice mix of that ever since. Get em’ young and train em’ ladies. I still have a crush on you @hartluck.”
Pink and Hart are now the parents of daughter Willow, born in 2011, and son Jameson, born in 2016.
The Grammy winner previously opened up about how becoming a parent alongside Hart has “completely changed” her for the better. “I’m much more open. I’m much more accepting of myself. I’m much more thoughtful,” she told Carson Daly on Today in 2019. “I plan more. I have to. I have to figure out the balance.”
She added, “I think about the world more and what we’re leaving for these kids and the direction we’re headed in so I guess it changes your music, but I’m not writing songs to my children because I feel like the best ones have already been written.”
Scroll down to see a timeline of Pink and Hart’s relationship through the years!