Pink and kids 'Beautiful' People cover stars

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People editorial director Jess Cagle explained how the magazine's "Beautiful" issue has evolved over the years, leading to the decision to drop the word "most" from the title. "She's a performer, mother and role model whose honesty, humor, confidence and sheer star power make her one of the most beloved and fascinating entertainers on the planet", People's Editor-in-Chief gushed. She's honest, hilarious, confident and an all-around badass with a style and beauty all her own. She shares the cover this year with her two kids: Willow, six, and Jameson, who's one.

The Grammy-winning singer is now on her Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which hits Australia and New Zealand this July through September.

During her acceptance speech, the singer revealed her daughter had told her recently "I'm the ugliest girl I know", and then admitted to her rock star mom that she thought she looked "like a boy with long hair". I have no idea.

"Yeah, I believe in affection", she says.

Pink said it's especially important to her that her kids know they can count on her and her husband, motocross champ Carey Hart.

"I think it's important to help them find their identity and find what they believe in, and to know they can make a difference", she said.

Pink performs during the Grammy Awards at Madison
Pink performs during the Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan on Jan. 28 2018

"She goes, 'Listen to me, you're going to regret this for the rest of your life if you don't take this gift and just live in the moment, '" he said. She told People about other ways she is teaching her kids not to see things as black and white, as gender binaries are so limiting.

On the cover, Pink is seen flashing a huge smile as she cradled her two adorable children, who look ready for their close-up.

On creating a gender neutral environment for her kids: Absolutely.

"I laughed out loud", Pink said of her initial reaction.

On her beliefs: I believe in fairness and justice. So I have boys that flip dirt bags and I have boy friends that wear dresses. It's all okay to me. "And I believe that a boy can do anything", she added. If they do play outside with their children, we doubt it's BMX riding or other extreme sports.

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