- Publish Date
- Monday, 3 September 2018, 9:00AM
Pink absolutely loves New Zealander's style and hospitality.
The 38-year-old superstar - who played to a crowd of 37,000 in Dunedin over the weekend - stumbled across some new fashion icons while exploring the city.
Taking to Instagram, the pop star snapped a picture with a couple of stylish Kiwi women with the caption: "Ran into some serious style out there on the Dunedin streets today.
"I asked them if they were designers or artists and she laughed and said 'I’m a nurse, and this is my daughter.' Rad."
Speaking to The Hits, the woman in the photo Barbara Brinsley revealed that Pink was cool and casual.
"She was just like you or I," Barbara said about her interaction with the Beautiful Trauma hitmaker.
Pink - who was out with her 1-year-old son Jameson and 7-year-old daughter Willow - also enjoyed a day out at the Farmer's Market, where they got daffodil flowers as fans looked on.
She took the opportunity to thank Dunedin for its hospitality saying: "Thank you to everyone at the farmers market today, for the flowers and pies and for being so kind to us. What a beautiful memory today will be for us".
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That wasn't her only "thank you" either - she also posted a snap of herself and Jameson at an empty Forsyth Barr Stadium, simply saying "today was a cool day".
During their Dunedin adventures, a local busker also caught the attention of the star and her family.
An onlooker revealed that they stayed for the entire song, as Jameson danced, and Pink generously gave her daughter $20 to give to the young busker.
"The beautiful young singer kept her cool and said afterwards she wished she knew a Pink song," the stander-by said.
Meanwhile, Pink's hubby Carey Hart has been doing some exploring of his own.
He raced in the New Zealand Veteran and Women's Motocross Championship on Saturday - and was pumped for more action today.
Posting to Instagram, and excited Hart said: "Wow, had so much fun racing today! Can’t believe how good the track was. Ran a 3 moto format today and went 5-5 in the first two and threw away the last moto. Can’t wait till tomorrow!"
"Thanks so much to everyone at the track and the crew that put the event on," Carey wrote in another post.
"The amount of hoops they had to jump through to get my license, bikes, and details worked out was a bit much. It’s great to see motocross alive and doing well in New Zealand. Can’t wait till the next time."
Pink and her family are now en route to Auckland as she continues her NZ tour, with her next show set for Spark Arena tomorrow.
- The Hits, additional reporting by Spy