Pink’s “push present” is more grunt than sparkle

Pink and her baby son Jameson

Pink’s husband, Carey Hart, has given his wife the “push present” of her dreams and there’s not a diamond or Pandora charm in sight.

Shine bright

Pink’s more of a chrome and camo girl, according to her Instagram, where she uploaded a photo of this brand new set of celebratory wheels.

“Thanks @hartluck for the push present,” Pink captioned the shot, which features her leaning over her new bike, looking smugly besotted. “I give you babies and you build me motorcycles. Some girls like diamonds, I like heavy metal and carbon-fiber and chrome,” she wrote.

Not only did Carey forgo the traditional diamond tennis bracelet (or similar) for the mother of his two kiddos, he hand-built the bike of her dreams in befitting hardcore, made-with-love tribute.

 

Work it

Since the birth of the couple’s baby Jameson in late December, Pink’s slowly eased herself back into public life.

Recently she’s been seen working out and cycling the countryside like a total mofo (possibly readying herself for the hard work of touring later in the year?)

Hard work was the last thing on the family’s mind over the weekend, however. The family celebrated the Memorial Day holiday at what appears to be a pants-off kind of camping trip, tents abounding and Eskies at the ready.

Pink posted this shot of Carey sharing what his mama gave him, and it’s illiciting chortles and snorts from Pink and motocross fans alike. 

 

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Happy Memorial Day. 'Merica

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Feeling myself

Pink recently spoke fiercely about the pressure women face postpartum as they’re encouraged to “bounce back” and reclaim their pre-baby bodies.

“Would you believe I’m 160 pounds and 5’3”? By ‘regular standards’ that makes me obese. I know I’m not at my goal or anywhere near it after Baby 2 but dammit I don’t feel obese. The only thing I’m feeling is myself.” Pink wrote, as she urged other new mums to slow things down and avoid comparison and judgement.

“Stay off that scale ladies!” the singer wisely advised.

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