Dwayne Johnson opened up about how the quarantine has affected his relationship with his wife, Lauren Hashian.
While the world continues to quarantine amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has revealed how he and his wife, Lauren Hashian, have been coping so far.
Lauren Hashian and Dwayne Johnson attend the premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle" on December 11, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images
[Dwayne Johnson & Wife Lauren] has come to realize that they needed to try to go easy on each other without getting "too judgy."
The 47-year-old, who has been self-isolating with his wife and their two daughters, Jasmine Lia and Tiana Gia, noted that he and Lauren have been through their share of drama which often resulted in them getting "snippy" with each other.
Regardless of that, the couple has come to realize that they needed to try to go easy on each other without getting "too judgy."
Dwayne also encouraged his followers to become better listeners and communicators as "we're not operating at full brain & emotional EQ capacity as we usually are."
The announcement came just a few days after the star revealed that Tiana, who recently joined him for an Instagram video in which he did a sing-along with Maui, his character from "Moana," had no idea that he and the cartoon character was the same person.
In the footage, Tia appeared to be at complete peace as she smiled while her father bounced her up and down his knee during the sing-along of "You're Welcome."
The sweet post attracted the attention of his followers, who took to the comment section to note how precious the little tot was as they urged the star to keep staying safe. Fans also showed their love when Dwayne's wife shared a post to mark Tiana's second birthday.
To that end, the mother-of-two posted an image of Tiana enjoying a Peppa Pig-themed birthday cake with "Tia," which is her nickname, written across it in pink frosting, with the caption:
"The little angel who came along and completed the picture. The sweetest baby girl in the whole world. Who can make your heart do fireworks."
The post has garnered over 90,000 likes and over a thousand comments since it was shared on April 19.