Pink’s husband Carey Hart took to Instagram on Sunday to share the results of a family day in New York City.
While the 44-year-old singer prepared for a performance at Madison Square Garden, the 48-year-old former motocross racer kept their two children busy skating.
Carey took daughter Willow, 12, and son Jameson, 6, to Rockefeller Plaza, where the youngsters took to the ice for some seasonal fun.
Interacting with his 1.2 million followers, he wrote in the caption, “I got it in, day 1 in NYC. Night two for mama pink, MSG sold out.”
The proud dad shared images of his adorable kids having a blast before seeing their mom perform on her summer carnival tour.
Sweet: Pink’s husband Carey Hart took to Instagram on Sunday to share outtakes from a family day in New York City
Pop star: While the 44-year-old singer prepared for a performance at Madison Square Garden, the 48-year-old former motocross racer kept their two children busy skating
Carey’s family-friendly post has racked up more than 56,000 likes to date.
Willow wore her long blonde hair down as she impressively showed off her skating skills in a pink and blue outfit.
Her younger brother showed less natural talent on the ice, but was not deterred.
The proud patriarch added a video clip of his son stomping on the ice before falling before getting back up.
Hart laughed as he captured the awkward moment and quickly asked Jameson, “Are you okay?”
The little boy turned around and exclaimed admiringly, “I have snow in my underwear!” which his father later used as a hashtag in his social media caption.
Jameson stayed warm in green sweatpants and a black zip-up sweatshirt.
Meanwhile, the father-of-two was dressed casually in a black short-sleeved T-shirt and khaki trousers.
His heavily tattooed arms and neck were visible as he beamed with his brood.
Hands-on dad: Carey took daughter Willow, 12, and son Jameson, 6, to Rockefeller Plaza, where the youngsters took to the ice for some seasonal fun
Skills: Willow showed off her impressive skating skills in a pink and blue outfit
Entertainer: The proud dad shared images of his adorable kids having a blast before seeing their mom perform during her ongoing Summer Carnival tour
Earlier this year, Pink spoke about raising her two children and revealed that she doesn’t want to let her daughter on social media just yet.
In March, she shared on KTU 103.5 FM’s Carolina with Greg T on the morning show that Willow doesn’t have a phone.
The Philadelphia-born songwriter said she won’t allow the youngster to own the mobile device until she can prove that social media is good for you.
She said during the chat, “I told Willow flat out, ‘If you can produce literature from a reputable source that tells me social media is good for you, then you can participate. Otherwise, good luck.” ‘
During the conversation, Pink also explained that she doesn’t want to “coddle” her children for fear of the world “eating them.”
As a result, the entertainer strives for balance, noting that there is a “fine line” between maintaining her children’s “innocence” and “preparing” them for adulthood.
About her choice to keep a cell phone out of her daughter’s hands, she said, “It’s hard.” A lot of my friends have their kids on TikTok and I don’t.
“I said to Willow, ‘That doesn’t move my needle. They are not my children; you are my child.”
Out of stock! Interacting with his 1.2 million followers, Carey wrote in his Instagram caption, “I got it in, day 1 in NYC. Night two for mama pink, sold out MSG’
What she does best: Pink showed off her endless energy and captivating stage presence
Excitingly, the Grammy-winning artist was suspended in the air during part of her show
Icons! Bette Midler attended one of Pink’s sold-out Madison Square Garden shows
During Pink’s last performance there was a special person in the audience. On Sunday evening, she shared a photo with Bette Midler backstage, with a heartfelt caption.
Dressed in her stone-covered pink bodysuit from the show, she posed cheek to cheek with the living legend, 77. “Oh my god. “I have loved this woman, her voice, her humor, her concert slash stand up slash broadway slash big band KISS MY BRASS attitude for as long as I can honestly remember,” she began the note.
She added, “Bette came to my very first Madison Square Garden show, although many years or decades ago. I’ve always found her to be a quadruple threat, a mentor and a North Star. I once had the opportunity to sing The Rose with her about twenty years ago and she tried to teach me how to sit on stage in a skirt.
“Tonight our daughters met, and Jameson met Winnie from Hocus Pocus (officially amazed). I think it’s important that I honor those who I believe paved the way. It cut my teeth watching this very brilliant woman own every room or business she walked into. When she made The Rose, she did it for me. What an honor to perform for you again @bettemidler. I love you more than you will ever know – and you have given so much to all of us. There just aren’t the right words to express how magical I think you are.’