Pink & Her Children Cover PEOPLE Magazine’s Annual ‘Beautiful Issue’

Published: Wednesday 18th Apr 2018 by Sam

Check out Pink!

The Pop rebel covers PEOPLE magazine’s annual ‘Beautiful Issue’ with her six year old daughter Willow and baby son Jameson (16 months).

Ever fearless, the singer ditched extended maternity leave in favor of releasing her eighth Platinum album ‘Beautiful Trauma’ and launching a like-titled tour.

Head below to see what the 38-year-old had to say about about motherhood below…

On relaying the realities of the world to her kids:

“I tell my daughter the truth. I let her be 6, but I want her to know about fairness and kindness and that you have to fight for your rights, and that sometimes girls aren’t paid as much as boys for the same job, and girls aren’t treated the same, and that they have to work harder for everything.”

At the same time, the star says she stresses the importance of letting her children know that it’s ok to be in touch with their emotions:

“I’m all about crying. I think everyone should cry more. Willow’s kind of tired of my tears [laughs]” 

She also revealed that she’s not the mother she thought she’d be:

“Everything I do as a parent is what I swore I’d never do. I’m way more serious, and I’m bad cop. I never thought I’d be bad cop. My husband promised me I wouldn’t be bad cop, and he has failed me in that way. He’s fun guy, Mr. Fun! And then I come in with the rules.”

Still, she says she’s never sure if she’s getting it all right:

“The thing about parenting is you never know if anything you’re doing is working. That’s been the most humbling thing for me. In my head I sound amazing, and then I turn around and (Willow’s) eyes are completely glazed over. I have no idea. We’ll see.”


Much respect to fierce females such as Pink, who are helping redefine the limits once put on women – even superstar singers – about what and what they could do post-childbirth.

She dropped an album (which racked up her highest first-week sales to date), is rocking her tour, and is doing all of this while being a slay mom.

More power to her.

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  1. Jasmine April 18, 2018

    She bis so FAKE! I remember when she used to interview with a fake black accent and using urban words. No she wants to act like a middle aged white woman (which she looked like her whole career). She should just be the lesbian she really is.

    • I HATE .WHYyyyte n Blaaaxk. Bitchezzzzz April 18, 2018

      Pink did R&B in the past but her voice is made for rock she is a white girl who wants white children but she still appreciates the art of black music her voice is golden for Rock…..

    • @theelusive1 on IG April 18, 2018

      PINKS FIRST CD WAS LA REIDS MASTERPIECE: the hits, the soulful delivery and solid writing. PINK is a singer first and foremost and has NEVER sold out or used sexuality and fashion to push her music. VOCALS. LYRICS. Female empowerment. SHE IS ICONIC. And yet…..doesn’t know it. Yet.

    • arjun April 19, 2018

      Shes not more fake than trash-yonce

  2. Antincia foster April 18, 2018

    This is my girl pink

  3. DanYiel Iman April 19, 2018

    P!nk and her kids are beautiful!!

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