Dwayne Johnson’s Wife Lauren Shares More Pics from Their Hawaiian Wedding & They're Lovely
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his wife Lauren Hashian pulled off a private wedding earlier this month. Now, the new Mrs. Johnson is giving us a closer look at their big day with a series of adorable photos.
Since Tuesday, the singer/songwriter has been sharing previously unseen images from her and Dwayne’s Hawaiian nuptials.
In one snapshot that has us swooning, the newlyweds share a kiss under the pergola where they said their “I dos,” but it’s their special guests who steal the show.
Dwayne, 47, held in his arms the couple’s three-year-old daughter Jasmine while Lauren had 16-month-old Tiana. Both girls looked excited in their matching white dresses and flower-adorned hair. Jasmine was even caught clapping as she watched her parents kissing.
Not surprisingly, Lauren admitted in the caption that she was on “[cloud] 9.”
The couple also posed for pictures with relatives and Jasmine joined in on a traditional Hawaiian hula performance at the reception.
THE LOW-KEY WEDDING
Dwayne and Lauren, who dated for more than ten years, tied the knot on August 18. The public, however, didn’t get to know until a day later when the “Jumanji” star shared pictures on his Instagram page.
“We do. August 18th, 2019. Hawaii. Pōmaikaʻi (blessed)” Dwayne captioned a two-pic post from the ceremony.
For the nuptials, Dwayne chose a white shirt and matching pants by Ralph Lauren Purple Label, according to PEOPLE. The former wrestler added the perfect contrast with a pair of black shoes. Lauren, on the other hand, looked heavenly in a white sleeveless Mira Zwillinger lace dress with a plunging neckline and long train.
MORE WEDDING DETAILS
Dwayne and Lauren first met in 2006 and started dating a year later after he divorced his first wife, film producer Dany Garcia. Dwayne and Dany were married for ten years and now co-parent their daughter, Simone, 18.
From the look of things, that honeymoon is going great. Dwayne shared a photo yesterday of he and Lauren at the Northside Grill in Hanalei, revealing that restaurant owners shut down the place so they could enjoy some undisturbed “honeymoon time.”