Women’s March a Family Affair for Pink, Carey Hart with Their Daughter and Baby Boy


Pink has a burning fire for equality.

Pink, her husband Carey Hart, and their two children, their 5-year old daughter Willow and baby son Jameson were seen spending their Saturday at one of the Women’s Marches that were organized across the country. These marches were widely attended by supporters of women’s rights and equality.

The singer was seen carrying her son in one arm while holding a sign on the other hand. The sign read ‘Unity, Love, Equality and dash of nasty’. Willow had also held a sign, and on it was her hand-made poster with ‘I’m strong, I love’ written on it.

Pink’s picture carried the caption that they marched together. Hart also shared another photo of Pink carrying their second child and a long message explaining why he had supported his ladylove.

The message read that he was very proud of his wife and that he felt special marching on the street with his family that day. He said that he thought it was embarrassing that the government could decide what his wife and grown-up daughter did with their bodies.

He said that he staunchly believed in standing in his lane and that if another person did not like what he said or did, he advised them to not pay any attention as it wasn’t their business. He then suggested that the government too should not interfere in whatever women did.

Not only Pink, many other celebrities too spent their weekends attending the Women’s March walking with hundreds and thousands of fellow supporters in all the major cities like Washington DC, New York City, Denver, Los Angeles, Chicago and Park City, Utah.

Celebrities like Madonna, Alicia Keys, Ashley Judd, America Ferrera and Michael Moore gave individual speeches at the Washington D.C.’s Women’s March. Other celebrities who were present include Miley Cyrus, Helen Mirren, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Cynthia Nixon, Whoopi Goldberg, Brie Larson, Charlize Theron, Kate Perry, Evan Rachael Wood and many more.

According to E! News, Lauren Conrad and Willow Smith also showed their support at the Los Angeles Women’s March.


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