October 30, 2019
While they were still separated, Pink was by Carey Hart's side when he lost his brother to a motorcycle accident.
Carey's brother, Anthony Hart, died in a tragic accident at Stafford Motor Speedway in Connecticut on August 9, 2008, as reported by TMZ.
"Can't believe it's already been 10 years. Miss you lil bro."
The 21-year-old motorcycling enthusiast crashed while having a practice session for the Doug Henry New England Grand Prix.
He slammed into a wall, causing severe injuries. He was airlifted to Hartford Hospital, where he later died.
The event was part of the American Motorcyclist Association's XTRM Supermoto Championship series.
A spokesperson from Connecticut's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said that blunt traumatic head injury caused Anthony's death.
Pink joined Carey and a group of friends in Las Vegas at Hard Rock Hotel's Wasted Space to "celebrate the life" of his brother after the funeral.
She reportedly performed a cover of 4 Non Blonde's "What's Up" at a bar and dedicated it to Hart's late brother.
Pink and Carey revived their marriage in 2010. In June 2011, she gave birth to their first daughter, Willow Sage.
They welcomed their second child, Jameson Moon, in December 2016.
In 2018, 10 years after the tragic death of his brother, Carey paid tribute to him by sharing a picture of them on social media.
He captioned the photo: "There is always a black cloud over this amazing event. 10 years ago today I got the call that my brother Anthony passed away during a race.
"Can't believe it's already been 10 years. Miss you lil bro. Always wonder the man you would have grown into."
Carey was referring to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota. Like his brother, he is also a motorcycle racer.
For her part, Pink continues to enjoy massive success in her musical career.
Recently, a 12-year-old fan at her concert made headlines after singing one of her songs in front of her.
A big fan of Pink, Victoria Anthony, has always dreamed of sharing the stage with her musical idol.
That dream came true thanks to her mother, Christina, who took to social media and created the hashtag #VicAndPink for posts that show Victoria covering the pop star's greatest hits.
Pink eventually took notice and at her concert, gave the microphone to the aspiring singer.