Carey Hart says he loved getting to show his vulnerable side in Pink's music documentary

Carey Hart was proud to be able to show off his "vulnerable side" in his wife Pink’s documentary.

Amazon doc All I Know So Far follows Pink on her Beautiful Trauma World Tour and shows her life as a pop star and how she juggles her career with the commitments of being a mother to her two children, 10-year-old Willow and four-year-old Jameson, who she takes on tour with her.

Carey, 45, also features in the documentary, and the former motocross rider was pleased with the final version because people are now able to see that he's much more than some "wild, crazy, motorcycle, tattooed scumbag".

Appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he said: "I’m kinda glad I got to show a little bit of my vulnerable side, like being a father, as opposed to I’m perceived as this wild, crazy, motorcycle, tattooed scumbag.”

Carey admits Pink, 41, didn't ask him if he wanted to be in her documentary and just assumed he would be fine to share his life with the cameras.

To get his own back, Carey played a prank on the What About Us hitmaker by asking his wife to cut his entire interview from the film the night before it was due to stream.

Recalling the moment he told Pink he wanted to be removed from Michael Gracey's film, he said: "The look on her face was amazing."

Carey also spoke about how he hopes his two kids will not follow in his footsteps and make their living from dangerous motorsports, but he does hope that they will grow up sharing his passion for motorcycles.

He said: "I can’t say I want to see them try to make a career out of motocross but I do want them to be able to ride motorcycles."

- Bang! Showbiz