Pop icon Pink confesses the anguish she felt when she contacted Covid 19 last April with her son Jameson Moon, just four years old. An experience so ” terrifying ”, says the author of ‘Perfect’, 41, that she had her will rewrite her will. In an interview with Mark Wright of ‘Heart Radioshow’ the singer said: “It was so bad that I rewrote my will ”, also saying that during the illness she even thought that ” it was over for us. ‘, referring to her son and herself. Pink’s husband Carey Hart and daughter Willow Sage were spared from the virus. Speaking of her daughter, Pink went on: “I called my best friend and said,’ I I just need you to tell Willow how much I love her. It was really scary, as a parent, you think, ‘What do I leave for my child? What am I teaching them? Will they make it in this world? And what should I tell them if this is the last time I can tell them something? ” ‘Pink explained moved. In May 2020, just before Mother’s Day, the singer wrote an essay for Nbc News and detailed her diagnosis and recovery path: “Fighting Covid-19 with my 4-year-old son is it was the most physically and emotionally demanding experience I have experienced as a mother, “she wrote. “A few weeks after receiving our test results, my son was still sick and feverish. It was a terrifying time, I didn’t know what could happen,” concluded the pop star.