Pink has revealed how her six-year-old son Jameson has coped with the loss of their late family nanny Trish, who died following a battle with cancer.
In an interview with Women’s Health, Pink, 43, revealed she has overheard her son speak with Trish and her late father Jim Moore, who also passed of cancer in 2021.
‘Talking about this makes me cry,’ Pink told the magazine. ‘Jameson will walk around the kitchen and go, “Hey, Grandpa, hey, Trish.”‘
Prior to her passing, Trish told Pink’s children she would be their angel, which the pop singer believes helped give her children a sense of closure after her death.
Pink recalled how her young son spoke with Trish as they hiked through a hailstorm. ‘”Trish, I know you’re up there; you’ve got to make the wind stop!”‘ Pink recalled hearing her son instruct his ‘angel.’
‘Talking about this makes me cry’: Pink has revealed how her six-year-old son Jameson has coped with the loss of their late family nanny Trish, who died following a battle with cancer
Heartbreaking: Prior to her passing, Trish told Pink’s children she would be their angel, which the pop singer believes helped give her children a sense of closure after her death; Pink pictured with her two children, Jameson and Willow, in 2021
Pink shares Jameson and 11-year-old daughter Willow with her husband Carey Hart, 47.
The candid interview also saw the star – famed for her aerial acrobatics on tour – opened up about how she stays in phenomenal shape when on the road, with the star working out three times a day.
Pink looked incredible as she showed off her taut midriff in a swimsuit for the cover of the magazine – before giving an insight into her grueling workout regime.
The singer showcased her enviably honed frame in a one-shoulder scarlet suit with a daring cut-out, revealing her trim waist and toned legs.
The Who Knew hitmaker wrapped in in a silver foil-effect jacket and accessorized with shimmering silver hoop earrings.
In another image, she worked a single-shoulder silver crop top as she posed against a lighting structure and displayed her abs.
The star, who is a fan of cardio HIIT, yoga, Pilates and cardio kickboxing – works out in the morning, and afternoon before ‘two hours of pure, psychotic cardio at night onstage’ – with the star declaring: ‘I have so much energy.’
While home in Southern California on her farm, the singer maintains her disciplined lifestyle, and works out every day.
Lights, camera, action! Pink wowed in a bright red look in the publication
Toned: Pink looked incredible as she showed off her taut midriff in a swimsuit for a new Women’s Health cover this week – before giving an insight into her grueling workout regime
She said; ‘I like being strong. I identify with my core, my intuition, and my strength. I have wide, big feet, and I joke, ‘The better to kick you with.’ I’m short, close to the ground, fast, and agile.’
The star, who underwent hip and double disc replacement surgery in her back last year, also detailed how she underwent a two-week program at SHA Wellness Clinic in Alicante, Spain, where she followed the anti-inflammatory Kushi diet.
This saw the star eat a diet full of vegetable, beans and whole grains, with apple cidar vinegar mixed with water at every meal.
She said: ‘I was probably a bit depressed from all of the loss and I couldn’t lose weight to save my life. I would work out three hours a day, eat clean, and my metabolism was a dud—I couldn’t get anything started.
Her diet now include miso soup for breakfast, along with fish, salad and scrambled eggs with spinach.
Carey was seen working out with a kettlebell Thursday, as he has a catheter installed in his chest.
Wow: The candid interview saw the star – famed for her aerial acrobatics on tour – opened up about how she stays in phenomenal shape when on the road, with the star working out three times a day (pictured 2019)
The one-time motocross competitor took to Instagram to document his physical recovery after undergoing spinal fusion surgery in December, as he shared a shot of a home workout and message of optimism as he forges through the challenging time.
Hart said last month that an infection he had led to the installation of a catheter in his chest.
‘Chest tube baby,’ the Seal Beach, California native captioned the shot, in which he wore black shorts with black gloves and worked out on a red mat. ‘My old & infected self is still getting after it.’
Family: Pink with husband Carey Hart and their children (pictured November 2022)
Hart said he was halfway through the antibiotic treatment he’s undergoing, and that he liked the new workout line from Fox Racing Moto, adding, ‘Check out all their tech gear for men and women!!! Stuff is legit.’
Hart wrapped up the post in saying, ‘No excuses people, you got this. Get after it, give it 100%.’
Hart explained his medical situation in detail in last month, as he posted a trio of images in which he was administering himself antibiotics via a home medical kit, and how his chest looks with the catheter and wires affixed to it.
He said that he learned about ‘a couple days before Christmas ‘ that he had ‘an infection in some old hardware in [his] body,’ which led to a stressful holiday season.
‘I got this tunneled catheter installed in my chest,’ Hart said. ‘Now for the next 41 days I have to inject antibiotics to knock this sucker out.
‘I can handle a bone sticking out of my skin, but this catheter is definitely nerve racking. Wonder if I can push some caffeine through it? Just kidding.’
Hart, who recently celebrated his 17th anniversary with the Get the Party Started artist, said that the extensive medical care was not how he wanted to begin the new year, but that he’s ‘thankful it was found and modern medicine has the tools to treat it.’
He wrapped up in saying, ‘Gonna be a long 6 weeks, but I got this. Coming back better and stronger. Take care everyone, and stay healthy!’
The latest: Carey was seen working out with a kettlebell Thursday, as he has a catheter installed in his chest