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Carey Hart and wife Pink celebrate his birthday with vegan dishesCarey Hart and wife Pink celebrate his birthday with vegan dishes

Carey Hart Enjoys Birthday with Wife P!nk and Vegan Dishes

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Motocross star Carey Hart recently celebrated his 37th birthday alongside wife P!nk, and it seems the lovely couple enjoyed the day by indulging in healthy veg and dairy and gluten-free goodies, PEOPLE reports.

The married duo ate at San Francisco’s Prospect restaurant where they munched on vegetarian cuisine. P!nk enjoyed tortellini with fava beans, summer truffles, dinosaur kale and red pearl onions. Hart dined on a variety of gluten and dairy-free dishes.

This isn’t the first time P!nk has rejoiced a family members birthday with vegetarian treats.

For daughter Willow Sage’s first birthday, she and her hubby made sure to provide a vegan dessert. Willow tried her very first very vegan carrot cake made at a bakery in California, which she loved.

P!nk has been an avid animal supporter for some time now and has even campaigned on behalf of PETA. It looks like the entire family is going healthy and veg. Good for them.

Hopefully, Hart had a nice birthday and even though it’s late, Happy Birthday Carey!

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