Here's How Dwayne Johnson Paid Tribute to His Wife, Lauren Hashian on Her 36th Birthday
Actor Dwayne Johnson celebrated his wife Lauren Hashian's 36th birthday with a heartfelt tribute on Instagram. The devoted husband described Hashian as his "one of a kind woman."
Dwayne Johnson, popularly known as The Rock, proudly celebrated his wife Lauren Hashian as she added another year. The former "WWE" wrestler shared an adorable picture of himself and Hashian to commemorate her 36th birthday.
The lovely couple looked like they were having the best time as they posed in a studio with music equipment behind them. Johnson and Hashian showed off their playful side as they pointed at each other while rocking sneakers and workout clothes.
The pair looked so in love, and not even the nose mask on their faces could hide the happiness radiating between them. In the accompanying caption, Johnson expressed how much he loves his wife.
[Dwayne] also disclosed that he and his family caught the virus from a family friend before assuring fans that they were no longer contagious.
Referencing the lyrics of the song by AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long," the "Jumanji" star wrote, "She was a fast machine, she kept her motor clean - she was the best [expletive] woman that I ever seen."
He then wished "his one of a kind woman" a happy birthday, praising her for holding their family down while making their "big engine" run. He concluded his love note, writing:
"I'm a grateful man. Happy Birthday, baby, and tequila's on me"
The sweet tribute was applauded by many of The Rock's 197 million followers who took to the comments section to wish Hashian a happy birthday.
The actor who shares daughters, Jasmine, 4, and Tiana, 2 with Hashian, recently made headlines when he revealed that his family tested positive for coronavirus.
The 48-year-old made the shocking revelation via an Instagram post on September 2, revealing that the diagnosis "was a real kick in the gut" as he wished he was the only one that contracted the virus.
The "Scorpion King" actor also disclosed that he and his family caught the virus from a family friend before assuring fans that they were no longer contagious and are on the other side of COVID 19. Johnson ended his message, encouraging his fans to take the virus seriously and protect themselves and their families.
Fans may recall that Johnson and Hashian tied the knot in August 2019 in a lovely ceremony in Hawaii. The lovebirds, however, have been together for almost a decade before their nuptial.
The duo first crossed paths in 2006 while he was filming the Disney movie, "Game Plan." At the time, he and ex-wife Dany Garcia— with whom he shares daughter Simone Johnson—had just called their marriage quits.
Hashian had also just come out of a relationship. Bonding on their shared pain, Hashian and Johnson soon became each other's rock, and that has been the case ever since.
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