Pink shared a heartwarming photo to Instagram of she and her daughter and fans can breathe a sigh of relief.
The pop star posted a picture to Instagram on Tuesday morning. In it, Pink and her seven-year-old are gazing at each other.
Willow was rushed to the emergency room following a tumble from the monkey bars on Monday according to Pop Culture.
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She is now doing fine, says her mom. In fact, Willow is happy she got out of doing her chores thanks to her injury.
Pink captioned the photo:
"Monkey bars from hell. ER convos with my soulchild. #shesfine Her fav part of all of this is that she doesn't have to do her chores."
It looks like Willow is a glass half full kind of girl. She may have gotten it from her dad Carey Hart who shared a more upbeat post about the incident.
His caption read:
"Willz has her first ER trip today due to a crash and burn on the monkey bars. She is tough as nails and left w' a sprain. #ProudPapa #BubbleWrapYourKids"
Just last week, Pink shared a video of a special mother-daughter moment with Willow that was much less worrying.
The two sang together for the upcoming movie "The Greatest Showman: Reimagined" which comes out next month.
They recorded a rendition of "A Million Dreams" for the film. Each of their versions will be featured on the album.
Young Willow's singing is impressive and she undoubtedly takes after her mom. Their sweet interaction in the clip is fun to watch.
Source: YouTube/ Atlantic Records
Meanwhile, a young fan of the 39-year-old singer also got to share a mic with the artist.
12-year-old Victoria Anthony had a dream to sing with Pink. Her mother did all she could to make it happen.
During a concert last month, the famous singer introduced herself to the young girl and told her to sing whatever she wanted.
Source: YouTube/ Victoria Anthony Music
With that, Victoria belted out the song "Perfect" and greatly impressed the singer who told her to "Never stop."
Fans of the big-hearted artist surely hope she never stops sharing her amazing voice with the world as well.