Saturday’s women’s march was a family affair for Pink.
The 37-year-old singer attended one of the hundreds of marches across the country with husband Carey Hart, their 5½-year-old daughter Willow Sage and their 3-week-old son Jameson Moon.
Pink shared their “Family Portrait” to Instagram on Saturday. In it, she can be seen carrying her little guy in a wrap across her chest while holding a sign that reads, “Unity, love, equality and dash of nasty.”
Willow, meanwhile, stands in front of her dad with her own little poster — the message “I’m strong, I love” written in blue, gold, and black.
“We march together,” Pink wrote in the photo’s caption.
Hart, 41, also shared a family shot from the March to Instagram — of his wife holding their second child together. In the lengthy caption, he explained why joining in the march was so important for him and his family.
“Very proud of my wife, and it was really special to march in the streets with my family today,” he wrote. “I’m not pro republican, democrat, or government. I’m pro constitution and rights. Just as I’m pro gun, for anyone to marry whom they love regardless of gender or race, and women’s rights.”
“I think it’s embarrassing that government has a say [in] what my wife or my adult daughter does with their body,” Hart continued.” I’m a big believer in staying in your lane. Don’t like what I’d do or say? Don’t pay attention. It isn’t your business. So how about government say out of women’s business?”
He concluded by praising the strong women he works with while acknowledging the complexities of the issues that brought so many people to the streets across the world on Saturday.
“Lastly I have 2 amazing Women that work at the top of my personal business pyramid,” he wrote. “I employ them because in my opinion they are the best people for the job. Period. I know this runs much deeper that what I just said, but I had to say my piece. Don’t like it? Stay in your lane.”
Pink and Hart welcomed baby Jameson on Dec. 26. The musician and her motocross-champ husband have been married for more than a decade.
Millions of people took to the streets around the world on Saturday for the Women’s March, protesting to send a bold message to President Donald Trump and to the world that women’s rights are human rights.
In addition to the main march in Washington D.C., there were sister marches coordinated in every U.S. state and around the globe, including major cities Paris, London, Cairo, Sydney, Tokyo and Dubai. The marches were also attended by some of the world’s biggest celebrities.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.COM.
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