Pink shares touching letter from husband Carey Hart
After reports claimed their marriage was on the rocks.
Despite their ups and downs, Pink and Carey Hart have one of the strongest marriages in showbiz.
This morning, the superstar singer shared an emotional letter from her other half, which was delivered with a bunch of flowers at the completion of her European tour.
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Sharing the touching note with her 6.6 million Instagram followers, the former professional freestyle motocross competitor praised his wife for her hard work, admitting he was sad to have missed out on seeing the pop star perform her final show.
"Congrats baby! All I can say is 'wow,' I'm so proud of the person you are, you've pulled off the impossible," he began. "Record-setting tour, chart-topping album, amazing mother, and loving wife. I'm so fortunate to be shotgun with you through the whole experience,’ he raved. ‘I love you so much, and can't wait to celebrate life with you after the tour."
Pink was thrilled by the gesture, captioning the post, "Thank you babe.... I told the audience about this last night and we all decided that Hell has officially frozen over."
The couple, who have a daughter Willow, aged eight, and a son Jameson, aged two, haveadmitted to enduring marital issuesin the past, revealing they've been in couple's therapy for over a decade.
"Carey and I have been in couples counselling almost our entire 17 years that we’ve been together," the singer revealed earlier this year.
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