Inside Pink's Marriage To Carey Hart

If there's one celebrity who's always kept it real with her fans — especially when it comes to her relationship and family life — it's most definitely Pink. The 20-time Grammy nominated artist and three-time winner, (via Grammy), born Alecia Beth Moore, has been an open book ever since she burst onto the music scene in 2000 with her critically acclaimed debut studio album, "Can't Take Me Home." And over the last two decades, she's proved time and time again that her music appeals to people from all walks of life.

Tom Poleman, the chief programming officer for iHeartMedia, opened up about the reason why Pink's career has had the longevity it has for over 20 years, telling The New York Times in 2017, "She is the kind of person that a listener looks at and says, 'You know what, this person is like me.' She's not fake, she's not superficial, she's the real deal."

These hard-to-find qualities in celebrities are what make Pink stand out from the rest of the A-listers in Hollywood, something that her husband of 15 years, former motocross superstar Carey Hart, has likely always admired about her.

Pink and Carey met at the 2001 Summer X Games

Pink and Carey Hart's relationship dates all the way back to the early 2000s when they first met while at the X Games in Philadelphia, (via Us Weekly). They dated from 2001 to 2003, splitting briefly before getting back together. Pink proposed to Hart during a motocross race in 2005, and the pair got hitched in a gorgeous ceremony in Costa Rica the following year.

While they may have gotten married in paradise, trouble hit the couple just two years after they tied the knot, and they actually separated for some time. Their on-and-off relationship was detailed on Pink's 2008 hit album, "Fun House," which earned her a Grammy nom and features some of her most popular hits, including "So What" and "I Don't Believe You," which were both inspired by her and Hart's breakup.

The couple confirmed that their relationship was back on in February 2010, (via Buzzfeed), and since then, it appears that they've been going strong and have stuck by one another's side through thick and thin.

Pink and Carey are parents to two adorable kids

Pink gave birth to the couple's first child, a daughter named Willow Sage, in June 2011. The "Just Give Me A Reason" singer announced the exciting news on Twitter at the time, (via People), writing, "We are ecstatic to welcome our new beautiful healthy happy baby girl, Willow Sage Hart. She's gorgeous, just like her daddy. #beyondblessed." In December 2016, the couple welcomed their second child together, a son named Jameson Moon, (via E! Online).

Both Hart and Pink have been open about raising their children together, including the trials and tribulations that come with bringing up two little humans who have a worldwide audience watching their family's every move — and yes, that includes mom-shamers and parenting trolls, who Pink has put in their place with witty clapbacks more than a handful of times.

After an Instagram user criticized Hart for posting a pic of their son on a motorbike, telling the "What About Us" songstress that her hubby "lacks the responsibility" to parent, Pink came to her family's defense, writing, "You sound well informed on the performance of my husband as a father. Answer me this: how often have you spent time with my husband? How often have you watched him parent? Do you know my children? Are you aware of their development? Are you a perfect parent? Are you even a parent? These are bold statement [sic] from a social media spectator," (via USA Today).

Pink recently revealed the secret to her and Carey's 15-year marriage

At the red carpet premiere of Pink's new documentary, "All I Know So Far," which premiered on Amazon Prime on May 18, the beloved singer spilled the secret to her and Carey Hart's long-lasting union, telling Extra, "For us, the answer is there's no quit button. Unless we find one. Right now, we don't have one. But it's also couples' counseling. Learning how to speak the same language, 'cause we don't speak the same language," (via People).

"We love being a family. And we both come from families that gave up, and that's okay," she continued, adding, "That was their journey, that was the journey we all were supposed to be on. But for us, we don't want to do that."

Pink also opened up about how supportive Hart has been over the years, telling the outlet that despite his tattooed, tough-guy appearance, the former motocross racer is one of the most loving and selfless men she's ever met. "He's just the most sensitive, supportive guy in the world. He never says no," she revealed. "Any dream I've ever had [he says], 'Yes, I'm with you. Whatever you want to do.'"

Pink has been open about couples' counseling

It should come as no surprise that counseling is the secret to Pink and Carey Hart's long-lasting relationship, as the mother of two has spoken candidly about therapy before. During an Instagram Live with the couple's therapist, Vanessa Inn, Pink opened up about why talking to a professional — both as a couple and individually — is the main reason the couple has lasted this long.

"It's the only reason that we're still together because you know, I think partners after a long time, we just speak — I can't say it's a man and woman thing, I think it's a partner thing, a spouse thing — that you just speak two different languages," Pink explained (via People). "Without Vanessa translating for me for the last 18 years, I mean, we would not be together."

Hart also opened up about his and Pink's ups and downs throughout the years in an emotional Instagram post on their 14th wedding anniversary in 2020, writing, "I'm so proud of the life that we have built together. Both of us came from broken homes, yet we made the choice to work hard at our relationship. And look at us now! Two misfits when we met, we have grown together and now have an amazing family."