Pink gave Adele advice on touring as a parent.
The 'What About Us' singer - who has children Willow, six, and nine-month-old son Jameson with her husband Carey Hart - warned the 'Hello' hitmaker it wouldn't be easy to take little Angelo, her now five-year-old son with partner Simon Konecki, on the road with her because of the performance schedule.
She told Q magazine: "She's not come back[stage] but I was emailing back and forth with her to tell her how to take a kid on the road.
"People come with me now and ask me how to tour with a child.
"My top tip is don't try to do it all. If you're onstage at nine o'clock, you can't be at breakfast at 7am. You have to pick your battles."
Adele previously admitted seeing Pink perform when she was a teenager was one of the "most defining" moments of her life and the 'So What' hitmaker was honoured by her words.
She said: "I love Adele and love what she said, it was the ultimate compliment.
"I'm a live singer. I don't win contests, I don't win a lot of awards, I don't make the cover of magazines but I f***ing tour, so that's the ultimate compliment."
Meanwhile, Pink recently claimed that she's spent her "entire life" fighting prejudice.
The singer was lambasted for appearing to defend outspoken US President Donald Trump on Twitter, suggesting his opinions on contentious issues could evolve during the course of his Presidency, and Pink has admitted to being heartbroken by the reaction of some social media users.
She confessed: "This part has been ... just from the Twitter, just from the misunderstanding of that, that actually broke my heart. I cried a lot about that. I'm really sad about where we are as people.
"And it's always been very hard for me to tolerate injustice and inequality and racism and homophobia and sexism and all these things. I've been fighting my entire life against it.
"And to be misunderstood that way, it just - it broke my heart. And we're all so defensive."