Pink's husband gave her a seriously extravagant push present.

Pink and her husband are cool. We know this. They know this. The world knows this.


Well, one is an internationally famous singer, the other a professional motocross rider, plus there’s the hair, the tattoos, the clothes. Heck, even their five-year-old daughter wears Doc Martens.

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But we also know this because rather than buy her a bracelet or a nice pair of earrings or a cosy blanket as a 'push present' following the recent birth of their son, Mr Pink (I believe his name is Carey Hart)... well, he built her a motorcycle.

(In case you missed it, a push present is a little gift that a partner buys the mother of their newborn child. Basically a 'thanks for doing all the hard work and sorry about your lady parts' kind of deal.)

Proudly sharing a snap of the pressie to Instagram, the 37-year-old wrote, "Thanks @hartluck for the push present. I give you babies and you build me motorcycles.

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"Some girls like diamonds, I like heavy metal and carbon-fiber and chrome."

The couple, who wed in 2006, welcomed their second child Jameson Moon in December; a little brother to soon-to-be six-year-old Willow Sage.

While their relationship is solid these days, Pink (born Alecia Beth Moore) told Ellen DeGeneres last year that the secret to staying together is occasionally being apart.

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"We've had two breaks," she said during the candid interview.

"The first one [in 2008] was about a year. And the second one [in 2010] was 11 months."

Adding that they're probably "due" for another, she joked, "He sucks... No he's good. He doesn't [suck]. He's very, very handsome... He's an incredible dad."

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