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Pink reveals she and husband didn't have sex for a year

The brave star opens up about how hard marriage can be.

Brave Pink has opened up about how hard marriage can be - and admitted that she and her husband Carey Hart didn't have sex for a year.

The mum-of-two made the admission in an interview with The Guardian, revealing that she and Carey, who have split twice and reunited both times during their 10-year marriage, once went through a period of time in which they didn't make love for a year.

Pink, 38, who shares six-year-old daughter Willow and nine-month-old son Jameson with Carey, confessed that they have to continually work at their marriage.

She said: "There are moments where I look at him and he is the most thoughtful, logical, constant... He's like a rock. He's a good man. He's a good dad. He's just the kind of dad I thought he'd be and then some.

"And then I'll look at him and go: 'I've never liked you. There's nothing I like about you. We have nothing in common. I don't like any of the shit you like. I don't ever wanna see you again."

Wowza - harsh words, but what Pink says out loud, most of us probably think sometimes.

She then made another revelation - that she and Carey had had times where they had gone a long time without sex.

She said: "Then two weeks later I'm like, things are going so good, you guys. Then you'll go through times when you haven't had sex in a year. Is this bed death? Is this the end of it? Do I want him? Does he want me? Monogamy is work! But you do the work and it's good again."

It can't have been easy to say these things in a high-profile interview when we're all supposed look perfect all the time and seem as though we're constantly in love and there's nothing wrong in our lives.

But one thing we've always loved about Pink is that she's just so darn gutsy.

She was praised by her fans back in August for posting a photo of herself pumping breast milk - looking otherwise pretty glam.

Fans flocked to congratulate her for being so brave, and helping to normalise breastfeeding in a world which looks down on it for some strange reason.

We love you, Pink!

Via Closer