Pinks kids hand-made her a Grammy award when she lost, and its heartwarming

Pink isn't letting the Grammy Awards get her down.

The singer and mum-of-two posted an adorable image to Instagram when she lost out on the Best Pop Vocal Album award to Ariana Grande, and it's gorgeous.

Her album, Beautiful Trauma, earned the 39-year-old her 20th Grammy Award nomination. Yet despite not actually winning, her son and daughter made her feel special anyway.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She captioned the image of her adorable seven-year-old daughter Harper and two-year-old Jameson holding a tinfoil award;

"Thanks kids, my favourite kind of award."

She later tweeted her gratitude for the accolade honour, saying that she was "honoured" to be included in the category but her kids need her attention a lot more:

“I think it’s kind of rad that I just lost my 20th Grammy nomination,” the mum tweeted, referencing her infant son Jameson's bath-time habit;

“I’m always honoured to be included. Now to get this sick baby in the bathtub. Congrats to all the nominees! Have fun tonight.”

The star has won three Grammy Awards since her first nomination back in 2001.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pink last won a Grammy in 2010 after winning the award for best pop collaboration with vocals for her cover of the John Lennon classic Imagine with Seal and India Arie.

She also took home the gong for best female rock vocal performance for Trouble in 2003, and earned her inaugural Grammy in 2001 for Lady Marmalade.

The down-to-earth parent has always had a great attitude to balancing fame with her family, and we love her even more for it. She's always a winner in our eyes.

Feature image: Today Show

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