Pink's daughter, three, drops F-bomb

PINK'S three-year-old daughter has already started saying "f***ing". 

The 35-year-old singer admitted her and husband Carey Hart's little one Willow has picked up a few bad words in her tender years but joked she finds it quite "cute" when she hears the youngster blurting out the offensive language.   

Recalling one instance during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', she said: "I was getting ready to go out on stage and she ran in and she must have been preparing this, like a bit.   

"And she came and she said, 'I'm f***ing here!' And I was like, 'I'm sorry, I can't. My ears don't understand what you're saying.' "  

Despite Ellen joking that Willow must have picked up her swearing from her mother, Pink insisted the youngster's "reckless" motocross star father is the one to blame.   

She added: "She mutters it when she thinks no one is looking.   

"But it's so cute. I mean, I'm not encouraging it but come on it's like this little three-year-old body.  

"She's delicious. She's wild. She gets it from papa. I'm physical, but I'm cautious. He's reckless. And she's reckless."   As well as enjoying saying the odd swear word, Pink recently admitted Willow loves being in the spotlight so doesn't think she would like a brother or a sister.   

Asked if she thinks her daughter would like a sibling, she said: "I don't know if she would. I think she really enjoys being the centre of attention ... I see siblings that are kind of violent toward their younger ones, and I feel like that might be the way she goes with it."



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