Dwayne Johnson holds little daughters while saying he will protect them for the rest of his life
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson won his fans over on Instagram by sharing a photo of his two daughters.
The "Skyscraper" film star wrote in the caption that he wouldn't be able to "hold 'em like this forever," so he grabs every opportunity. He added:
"Plus, I know there's gonna come a day where in daddy's arms is the last place they want to be."
Johnson said that his youngest daughter, baby Tiana, already has that "help me" look on her face while staring at the camera.
The 46-year-old actor is the proud father of 3-year-old Jasmine and the 8-month-old Tiana, as well as Simone, 17. He says:
"Can’t guarantee I’ll love and protect all my daughters for the rest of their lives, but I can guarantee I will for the rest of mine."
Johnson added the hashtags "Xmas," "daddysarms," and "helpme" for good measure, and his post has been liked nearly 5 million times in less than a day.
The action hero loves to share photos and video clips of his children online and spends as much quality with them as he can fit into his busy schedule.
When Tiana turned six months old, Johnson recording himself singing "Happy Birthday" and shared it with his followers as well.
His daughters come first, and he'll be the first one to admit that. When Jasmine wants to paint his nails, any important business meeting can wait.
Johnson shares baby Tiana and Jasmine with the 33-year-old love of his life, singer Lauren Hashian. With so many women in his life, Johnson cannot wait to raise a son one day.
He joked: "I can't make boys, but I keep trying to – that's the fun part!"
Fans of Johnson can look forward to his upcoming projects. "Fighting with my Family" is already complete and will be released in 2019.
He is also filming "Hobbs and Shaw," while Jungle Cruise is in post-production. However, it is only scheduled to be released in 2020.
"Red Notice," "Black Adam," and a "Jumanji" sequel is still in pre-production, and it's been announced that he will also appear in "Suicide Squad 2" and "Doc Savage."
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