With the pair cruising past their 14th anniversary this past January, such a time-out seems increasingly unlikely.
“I’m so proud of the life that we have built together,” Hart wrote, commemorating that winter day. “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. Thank you for being my best friend (I know you don’t like that), and amazing mother to our wild kids. I love you so much.”
Their bond having been tested and bent endlessly—but never broken—they’re close enough to turn her tours into family vacations, the whole group going on the road for the European leg of her Beautiful Trauma World Tour last summer and strong enough to withstand a particularly nasty bout with the coronavirus and Hart’s recent rotator cuff surgery. So what’s a little distance learning thrown into the mix?
“Trying out this preschool thing remotely,” Pink recently shared of Jameson. “My heart breaks for these kids, and my heart also goes out to every parent and teacher right now trying to figure it all out. I’m grateful for community and for all of us trying to keep each other safe. In the words of my father, ‘this, too, shall pass.'”
Which is pretty much the family’s raison d’être. “They’ve been through a lot, but they are solid now,” a source told Us Weekly. “They love their life together.”
That journey began when the 21-year-old high school dropout, already proving she had the makings of pop-rock stardom thanks to her debut disc Can’t Take Me Home, turned up at the 2001 Summer X Games in her native Pennsylvania and spied an athlete with tattoos and spunk to match her own. Attempting a backflip for the trick competition, he crashed, ending up with several broken bones and ribs. But he still got the girl.