Dwayne Johnson's Wife Shares New Photos from Wedding Including Pics of Their Little Daughters
On August 18, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and longtime girlfriend finally got married in an intimate ceremony. The wedding was held in Hawaii and the couple has since shared a number of images from their special day.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 47, and Lauren Hashian, 34, got married in the presence of their two daughters. The couple is parents to Jasmine Lia, 3-years-old, Tiana Gia, 16-months-old.
The singer and music producer has since taken to Instagram to share images from the wedding. Some of the pictures were taken by photographer Jon Brandon Cruz as per the tags in the bride’s posts.
Another image revealed that Jasmine was a flower girl on their special day. She could be seen throwing flower petals with her father toward the camera while both of them smiled broadly.
Tiana, the other flower girl, was helped to walk down the aisle for the ceremony with a basket on hand. The little girl appeared to be giggling as she walked.
Her older sister also seemed to have taken part in a traditional Hawaiian hula performance at the reception. The two flower girls both wore cute little white dresses for the occasion.
Their hair was styled in a pinned back design with pink flowers added as decoration. The actor and wrestler wore a white shirt and white pants by Ralph Lauren Purple Label.
His bride was dressed in a white Mira Zwillinger lace gown which featured a low-cut neckline and long train. Sharing the news of his marriage Johnson shared photos on Instagram and wrote: “We do. August 18th, 2019. Hawaii. Pōmaika’i (blessed).”
The actor later opened up about his wedding at an event at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California. He said: “I feel great,” adding “It was a beautiful ceremony and it was phenomenal.”
Johnson noted how privacy was important to them saying their wedding was “very quiet.” He went on to explain that they’d intentionally “kept it under wraps,” and “Private, which is perfect.”
At the time, the “Moana” voice artist also shared that when the Disney event was over he and his wife would be flying to their honeymoon. On Tuesday, the actor took to Instagram to share an image of them dining on sushi at the Northside Grill in Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii.
The newlywed couple first met in 2006 while the actor was filming “The Game Plan.” They’ve been together for many years as they started dating in 2007.
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Lil’ kooky things these days in my life that makes this moment wildly surreal. Been decades (literally since the late 90’s 🤦🏽♂️) I was able to sit in the middle of a restaurant undisturbed, eat, have drinks, watch TV’s above the bar and just relax and enjoy company. Hell, I was even able to look down on the roads below and people watch as they walked thru town, in a non creepy, but sorta creepy way of course 🤣 Grateful mahalo to our friends at #HanaleiNorthsideGrill for quietly shutting down their spot so I could have some honeymoon time with @laurenhashianofficial. I’ll never complain about fame, because the alternative is going back to those $7bucks days, but every once in a blue moon it’s really nice steal a moment in public like this. #tequila #soosh #noncreepy #supergrateful
Johnson was initially married to film producer Dany Garcia for 10 years. The couple separated in 2007 but not before they had a daughter together Simone Alexandra Garcia-Johnson, 18.
Hashian and Johnson weren’t the only ones who shared images from their special day. Cruz also posted a picture of the couple cuddling together to celebrate their milestone.
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Wanted to congratulate @therock and @laurenhashianofficial on a beautiful wedding in Hawaii. Thank you for having my team and I to capture it. It was the first wedding I’ve ever shot, and it was so memorable that if it was also the last one I ever shot I’d be totally okay with that.
The photographer captioned the post congratulating the couple and thanking them for allowing him and his team to capture their images. He noted: “It was the first wedding I’ve ever shot, and it was so memorable that if it was also the last one I ever shot I’d be totally okay with that.”