As people focus on self-quarantining their families and social distancing, Pink took to social media to reveal what she was doing with those closest to her.
Taking to Instagram, Pink shared an image of her husband, Carey Hart, 44, getting his hair cut with the assistance of their daughter, Willow Sage, 8. In her first post, the singer shared a photo of her husband looking at the camera while making a scary face.
His hair was a mess with part of the middle cut off. The former athlete showed off his many tattoos by going shirtless for the haircut.
Jameson, Carey, Willow, and Pink at E! People's Choice Awards held at the Barker Hangar on November 10, 2019 | Photo: Emma McIntyre/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Pink, 40, explained that her husband was getting a haircut at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. The family is socially isolating during these trying times.
We’ve lost it at home
The pop singer’s second post showed part of the haircut process in the form of a video. At one point, Willow’s hand could be seen in the clip as she cut the top of her father’s hair off.
In the caption of her post, the “Walk Me Home” vocalist wrote: “We’ve lost it. But we’re together! AT HOME.” The couple also shares a son named Jameson Moon, 3.
Last week Monday, Pink took to social media again to share a schedule she and her daughter created for their family to help with practicing social distancing in their home. The artist uploaded two videos for that purpose.
In the first clip, she explained how she’d gotten the plan from a friend. The star revealed a homemade itinerary which was hand-printed on colorful pieces of paper that were hung on her kitchen wall.
The star then explained how the home schedule worked, including the times her children studied, and the hour the family set aside to get “afternoon fresh air” among many other things. In the second video, the singer continued to reveal the details of the social distancing schedule.
Pink seems to be doing much better now that she’s found productive ways to handle the outbreak. Two weeks ago, the musician shared a short clip where she was recorded while kneading a ball of dough on her kitchen counter.
When the person recording the clip asked her what she was doing, the artist responded, out of breath, by explaining that she was “stressed out.” She explained further that in order to release the tension she was “making ravioli.”
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