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BumpWatch: Pink Wows In White

04/19/2011 at 01:00 PM ET

Parents-to-be Carey Hart and Pink indulge their seaside cravings at Neptune’s Net in Malibu, Calif., on Saturday. The couple expect their first child in late spring/early summer.

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Hea on

Aw they look so happy it’s contagious! :-)

Lauren on

Such a good couple! I’m so happy for them!!

Hea on

Gutsy move of him to wear that shirt though. I bet someone will throw a hissy ft.

VEO on

I’m predicting a boy!

ERICA2 on

Hea, what is the problem with his shirt? Just wondering? Pink looks like she is ready to pop!

Alana on

I could be wrong but I think his shirt has to do with the Hells Angels, Oakland.

eribri on

I can’t even read what the shirt says…..

Michele Eddins on

She’ll treasure every second!

pammy on

I love Pink, but she usually dresses pretty sloppy. This however is an absolutely gorgeous picture – she looks wonderful. She looks so happy!

Allie-Rose on

Pink looks like she’s about pop! I wouldn’t be surprised if she gave birth by mid-May

Rose on

Not long to go, 4 weeks left by looking at her belly ;)

emma on

i think girl.

Pink reminds me of another celeb, can’t remember who, perhaps naomi watts who just seemed to be pregnant forever, think she got a big bump early on.

Hea on

ERICA2 – I personally don’t think his shirt is a problem, I have a similar one myself somewhere that was a gift, but I’m sure a lot of folks do object.

Meghan on

i love pink! i think it’s a girl based on what she said early on in her pregnancy about her doctor thinking its a girl. the tech accidently slipped and told me i am having a girl at 16 weeks (i wanted it to be a suprise) so i guess they can tell pretty early!

JM on

i still don’t understand, what is the significance behind the shirt? i would genuinely like to know.

Jillian on

I am confused by your comment Hea. It’s gusty for him to wear? But you don’t have a problem with it?

Hea on

The 81 in this case stands for HA (8th and 1st letter of the alphabet) which in turn is short for Hells Angels. If I remember correctly the Support 81/Route 81 merchandise is sold by HA and the profits go to a fund for imprisoned members’ families.

Hea on

Maybe gutsy is the wrong word for it? I don’t know. It’s not my native tongue. I just had this uh-oh feeling when I saw this pic and imagined a horde of comments like always when something or someone is making a statement some people don’t agree with. I guess it passed most readers by and that’s good because the important thing about this picture/article is they’re about to become parents and they look so happy and so much in love. :-)

sharn on

alecia moore and carey hart are going to b amazing mom and dad she still look amazing when she got a little bub inside her so happy for them and i can not wait when she comes back on tour to australia all her australia funhouse fans are missing her like crazy love her so much she means everything to me and i wish one day i can tell her that and give her a big hug and kiss love u heaps alecia moore

sean on

he wont wear that shirt in philly or jersey !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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