Pink sat down with Ellen DeGeneres and talked about her husband’s one true love (hint: it’s not her). According to an article in Us Magazine, despite the couple being together for 12 years, Pink thinks it was only when daughter Willow was born that professional motocross racer Carey Hart experienced falling in love.
"I watched him just fall in love the day we brought her home," she told Ellen during an interview on Thursday. "It's like watching the person you love fall in love for the first time . . . I'm not jealous."
Ellen didn’t let that somewhat controversial statement go, however, saying, "It sounds like you are [jealous]. I mean, you're saying watching the person you love fall in love for the first time . . . that would be the second time, hopefully."
"Well yes because our love is complicated . . . extremely," the 34-year-old super svelte rocker said.
That’s certainly true, as Pink began dating Carey in 2001 but they briefly split in 2003. After reconciling, they got engaged in 2005 and married in 2006. The couple separated in 2008 but reconciled (yet again!) in 2010. It’s not exactly “f****** perfect,” as Pink might say, but they’re really, really happy.
"We're a good little threesome. We're such a little team. We go all over the world and we're together every day and it's just so yummy," Pink gushed. "Everyone around us is fighting and it just brings us closer because we get to laugh at them."
The “So What” singer is known for her tough, no-nonsense lyrics, but she can’t sing the praises of motherhood enough, calling it her “favorite thing ever.” She even thinks Willow’s tantrums are adorbs!
"She gets really upset because I find her so delicious even when she's really, really mad. She gets really, really emotional and mad and I just think it's so cute," she said. "She'll say, 'Don't talk to me, mama! Don't look at me, mama!' And I'm like, 'Aw, I just want to eat you.'"
Not wanting to miss a thing, Pink and Carey take Willow on tour. Embracing life as the tiniest groupie ever, Willow’s vocabulary includes “venue, catering, airplane,” according to Mom.