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In an interview for the August issue of GQ Australia, the “True Love” singer admits her rocky relationship with her own mother left her with doubts on whether she ever wanted children with husband, Carey Hart.
But the couple’s little girl has since “totally rearranged” her outlook on having a family.
“I had moments where I wanted a kid with Carey. You know — you fall in love and you’re like, ‘We should have kids,’ and then it went away,” Pink, 33, says.
“But he always wanted kids and then we did it and now it’s like, ‘F—, this is so rad.’ It’s more important than anything we’ve done.”
Pink — who’s scheduled to perform 46 shows in Australia for her The Truth About Love tour — loves to start her day with a cuddle from Willow — the “best thing in the world,” she says — and hints that her toddler is already taking after her sassy mama.
“She’s the coolest thing that has ever happened to me — she’s really f—— cheeky and funny,” says the singer. “Now I have someone to sing goofy-ass songs to all day and she likes it. She’s not judging me. She’s probably the only person who doesn’t judge me.”
Despite her incredible success, Pink is quick to point out that while she’s come a long way in some aspects of her life, in others she’s still the same person she was before making it big.
“My life hasn’t changed that much. I mean, I could do without the paparazzi taking photos of my child. But I tour, I write songs, I go through the same s— as everybody else,” she explains.
“I’ve never enveloped myself in that, ‘I’m a f—— rockstar, I’m important,’ thing. I don’t get it — either you’re a good person or you’re not.”
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