Pink’s latest video accidentally features a relatable “mum brain” moment

Pink in car with Willow

As fans get excited about Pink’s upcoming tour, they’re also having a bit of a giggle at a relatable mistake in a video the singer just shared.

Beautiful Trauma

You may already know that Pink and her husband Carey Hart have two children, 6-year-old daughter, Willow and baby son, Jameson, born in December 2016.

Well, the star has got her hands well and truly full as she readies herself for next year’s Beautiful Trauma tour. A new documentary captures the busy-ness behind the scenes, revealing how the whole shebang is coming together, and a little more!

Pink’s social media team uploaded a teaser for the doco to Twitter a few days ago – and fans quickly spotted a comforting error that replicates our own at-times foggy mum brains!

“Your 8-year-old”

In the clip (above) Pink’s explaining just how much of a scramble pulling an album and tour together can be. She goes on to relate how adding kids to the mix can put the pressure on even more.

“…and then your 6-year-old has surf camp and your 8-year-old has a vaccination…” she laughs, trying to convey just how many directions she’s being pulled in.

Wait. What? Did you spot it? Yep! Pink’s stream-of-conscious chatter just happened to age her youngest kiddo by around seven years. We’ve all been there.

Baby Jameson was just 8 months old when the documentary was filmed, rather than the more grown-up 8 years old. In the spirit of the all-over-the-place life she’s discussing at the time, it appears that jumbling words is also par for the on-tour course. We’ve all been there.

“I said 8-year-old?” she reportedly asked when the error pointed out to her by fans. “Aw, BLEEP.”

Willows are good for climbing

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“I’ve seen people change”

More mix-ups were imminent for Pink as another much more controversial tweet came hot on the heels of the 8-year-old one. Pink appealed directly to the US President to get his act together, diplomatically asking him to turn his life around and “change” his approach.

In typical internet- style, many chose to interpret her tweet as being apologist toward the President and even began alleging she’d voted for Donald Trump.

A frustrated and demoralised Pink was forced to defend her initial tweet, explaining she was trying to spark political change with positivity and didn’t support Trump at all. (See tweets below).

Insert giant sigh.

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