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Pink and Carey Hart Marriage Profile

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Pink and Carey Hart in Los Angeles, California on February 11, 2007.

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After having an nontraditional proposal, two entertainers who live nontraditional lives, had an nontraditional wedding. Pink and Hart then had a very traditional separation and then got back together.

Read about Pink and Hart's engagement, Costa Rican wedding, and more.

News Updates:

4/27/2009: According to Pink, "We never really legally got divorced. Paperwork for both of us is really annoying (laughs). So we're choosing to be together. Our role models are Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon and Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn -- people who just choose to be together every day because they want to be there. And labels have never been our thing, so, we're just diving into that empty swimming pool, headfirst."
Source: Nekesa Mumbi Moody. "Back On! Pink Reconciles With Ex Corey Hart." HuffingtonPost.com.

4/09/2009: Carey said in an interview that he and Pink were "rebuilding."
Source: People.com

2/19/2008: Pink's publicist, Michele Schweitzer, announced the end of Pink and Carey's marriage.
Source: People.com

4/19/2006: Web cam sex seemed to be working for Pink and Carey Hart. They only saw one another three times since their honeymoon yet said that marriage is great.

Born:

Alecia Beth Moore aka Pink or P!nk: September 8, 1979 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Carey Jason Hart: Las Vegas, Nevada on July 17, 1975.

How Pink and Hart Met:

The couple met at the 2001 X Games. They broke up in 2003, but reconciled in June, 2005.

Pink's Marriage Proposal:

Holding up a sign that read "Will you Marry Me?", Pink proposed to Carey as he was racing during a June 26, 2005 Mammoth Lakes, California Pro 250 racing finalscompetition. Hart drove off the track during the race to say yes.

Pink's engagement ring is a five-carat diamond ring.

Wedding Date and Ceremony:

At sunset, on January 7, 2006, Pink, 26, and Hart, 30, had a non-denominational ceremony on a Costa Rican beach at the Four Seasons Resort on the Papagayo peninsula.

The aisle they walked down to say their vows was candle-lit. Billy Joel's "She's Always a Woman" was the entrance music.

There were approximately 100 guests at the wedding ceremony, including Lisa Marie Presley.

Wedding Attire:

Pink's wedding dress was a ecru, cream colored gown. Both Pink and Carey were barefoot for the ceremony.

Honeymoon:

Pink and Hart's honeymoon consisted of taking their four dogs with them and going snowboarding.

Residences:

Pink and Hart lived in homes in Los Angeles, California and in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tattoos:

Both Pink and Hart like tattoos and have been tattooed several times. They each have "Tru Luv" tattooed on their wrists.

Occupations:

Pink: two-time Grammy award pop singer, songwriter, and actress.

Carey Hart: Professional rider in the freestyle Motocross circuit, actor, and owner of the Hart & Huntington Tattoo Shop in the Palms Casino in Las Vegas. In 2000, at the Gravity Games, Carey became the first rider to complete a back-flip on a 250cc motorcycle.

Children:

Carey and Pink have one daughter.
  • Willow Sage Hart: Born June 2011.
"As for whether the baby was planned, she said, "I worked for it. ... It was not an 'oops.'"
Source: Mike Fleeman. "Pink Pregnant with First Child." People.com. 11/16/10.

Quotes About the Marriage of Pink and Carey Hart:

Carey: "We're rebuilding. Sometimes you have to take a couple of steps backwards to move forward ... We're definitely putting in work [our relationship.]"
Source: Jennifer Garcia. "Carey Hart & Pink Are 'Rebuilding' Their Relationship." People.com. 4/09/2009.

Pink, 2/20/08: "The most important thing for you all to know, is that Carey and I love each other so so much. This break up is not about cheating, anger, or fighting. I know it sounds like cliche bulls***, but we are best friends, and we will continue to be ... He is a good man, so please support him as well. One never knows the future, but mine and Careys' just might involve beach babies and sunshine one day. Just not right now."
Source: PinksPage.com

Pink, 4/2006: "I've seen Carey three times since the honeymoon. But our relationship's been like that the whole time we've been together. We've been going out for four of five years and we would just meet in hotel rooms. Now we do the whole webcam thing."
Source: Breaking News

Carey Hart on their wedding: "We wanted it very fun and non-traditional. We're spiritual, but we're not religious. It was about being with our closest friends and family and having a very fun and loose party."
Source: People Magazine

Carey Hart about Pink: "I knew within the first few weeks after meeting her that I wanted to be with her for the rest of my life."
Source: People Magazine

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