P!nk has posted a heartbreaking message to her Twitter followers, after she was approached by a stranger who struck up a conversation on parenting in a supermarket.

The singer revealed how the woman reduced her to tears after claiming that P!nk's parenting skills gave her 'strength' as she wasn't scared to mess up in the public eye.

Taking to Twitter shortly after the touching encounter, P!nk penned a sweet message, which read: "A really sweet Mama came up 2 me tonight at the grocery store and told me some nice words about how she gets strength from my parenting cause I'm not afraid to f*ck up in public [sic]."

She also urged parents to not be too hard on themselves, adding: "We cried together. It's so hard. Y'all. I wish us mamas could give ourselves and each other a break."

P!nk, real name Alecia Beth Moore, shares two young children with hubby Carey Hart - Willow, aged six, and Jameson, aged one.

Her fans rushed to praise the star on being so open about the encounter on Twitter, with one admiring: "YOU'RE A WONDERFUL MAMA."

"Pink you are a woman of goddess warrior power. You are a great role model for your children. You are a mother and wife. Performer and singer power house strong and sensitive soul," declared a second.

While a third exclaimed: "We need to support each other 100% instead of tearing each other down! Much love to all the mamas out there!"

"Not only does ur music inspire, but also ur actions & that is something not everyone can do. You inspire all around mama [sic]," gushed a fourth.

As a final of her fans praised: "This is too pure! women are powerful! we need to respect them! especially moms!"

The tweets didn't stop there, and have continued to pour in on social media...

The singer has previously revealed how she is raising her daughter Willow as gender neutral in order to prevent the youngster from feeling like she has to be defined by womanhood.

The 'Beautiful Trauma' singer told People: "We are a very label-less household. Last week Willow told me she is going to marry an African woman. I was like, 'Great, can you teach me how to make African food?'.

"And she's like, 'Sure mama, and we are going to live with you while our house is getting ready'."

Credit: Lorraine/ITV

We salute you, P!nk!

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications. She is a Journalism and English language graduate of Kingston University, London, and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - rachel.andrews@pretty52.com

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