Pink Shares First Photo of Kids Weeks after Son Jameson's COVID-19 Diagnosis
Pink shared a picture of her son, Jameson, weeks after she revealed his COVID-19 diagnosis.
It appears Pink and her family have overcome the hurdle they faced with the novel coronavirus. To that end, the singer posted a picture of her children, Jameson and Willow Sage, whom she shares with Carey Hart, Today has reported.
In Pink's post, the two kids appeared to be having a good time as they played in the picture, which is the first one of them together since the ordeal.
[Pink] stated that even though it was a tough decision, she would no longer be sharing pictures of her children.
Her 7.1 million followers made no hesitation as they liked the image nearly 400,000 times while letting her know that Jameson was the true son of his mother in the comment section.
It would be recalled that the "Just Like a Pill" crooner revealed earlier this month that while she tested positive for COVID-19, 3-year-old Jameson, had symptoms that are consistent with the virus.
Luckily, neither her husband nor daughter showed signs that they had been infected. In fact, according to Good Housekeeping, Carey informed "The Jason Ellis Show" on SiriusXM that he had been worried about his wife and son's health as:
"They both got extremely sick. My son probably got the worst of the two of them, which debunked the whole theory that this only hits old people."
Things took a terrible turn when Jameson suffered a high fever that lasted for two to three weeks. The spike in temperature led his parents to bathe him "four or five times a day" in an attempt to "break his temperature."
Things weren't any easier with Pink, whom Carey revealed has asthma, as the virus attacked her lungs and made breathing difficult for her.
The 44-year-old motorcycle racer also made it clear that his son had not gotten tested for the novel coronavirus when he started displaying symptoms. Meanwhile, E! News reported that Pink had plans to stop sharing pictures of her children on social media.
While the 40-year-old has no problems showing off her children online, she has come to realize that trolls were looking for any and every opportunity to take jabs at them.
The "Just Give Me a Reason" singer stated that even though it was a tough decision, she would no longer be sharing pictures of her children.
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