Super Bowl 2018: Pink's Family Is Ready For the Eagles to Fly!
Pink's family is ready for the Eagles to fly!
The 38-year-old singer was especially stoked for Super Bowl LII -- not only did she get to sing the National Anthem ahead of the big game, her home team, the Philadelphia Eagles, made it to the finals against the New England Patriots.
Her adorable kiddos, 13-month old son Jameson and 6-year-old daughter Willow, had their green-and-white gear ready to go on Sunday. Pink posted two of the most adorable pics of her baby boy in his bird sweats and checkered Vans kicks.
The first photo was of Mom and little Jameson with their game faces on, which the "What About Us" singer perfectly captioned, “Wait, Eagles are gonna win by HOW MUCH?!?!”
The second was a solo shot of a very excited Jameson. "Here we go!" the excited, proud mama wrote.
Pink's husband, Carey Hart, was also very excited for Sunday's festivities. He posted a pic of himself and Willow in the stands as they got ready for the evening's festivities.
"Willz and i ready for some football!!!!!" he wrote.
And Hart, 42, was clearly just as excited as his wife was for the Eagles to take on the Pats, as evidenced by this Instagram vid of the players taking the field, simply captioned, "Oh yeah!!!!!"
Willow also got to head down to the field to hang out with her mom before kickoff.
The mother-daughter duo don't even look that cold, considering this year's Super Bowl game is in Minneapolis, Minnesota! (Thank you, stadium dome!)
Even though she revealed that she was battling the flu, Pink -- a native of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, a suburb about 25 miles north of Philly -- absolutely stunned during her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner," not only sounding incredible but looking it too in a perfectly patriotic silver jacket with a white-and-gray camo shirt and white trousers.
Hart was extremely proud of his wife, taking to Instagram shortly after her performance to share a photo of her and Willow on the field alongside a very sweet message.
"I am beyond proud of this woman. The roller coaster that she went through this last week with getting sick and losing her voice would have broke any ordinary person," he wrote. "She laced up her boots, got through a 90 minute set Friday night, and f**king killed the super bowl today. Oh and sang live by the way. She is the hardest working in show business and i couldn’t be more proud of her. You f**king rule, baby."
So sweet! We think she ruled pretty hard, too.
Hart also shared an incredible photo of Pink's brother, Lieutenant Colonel Jason Moore, saluting as his sister sang the National Anthem.
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