Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson may be the owner of quite a massive and intimidating physique. However, he is a gentle giant, especially when it comes to his little girls.
Recently, the former WWE superstar took to his official Instagram page to share a photo in which he can be seen sitting down and patiently working on his daughter Tia's nails.
According to the caption, the 3-year-old knows exactly who to go to whenever she wants to get the "best mani in town," turning to her dad for help.
A COSMETIC EXPERT
Johnson added that at least his "calloused dinosaur hands are good for something," and by the bright smile on Tia's face, it is safe to say that he was doing a fantastic job.
One can also notice how prepared the 49-year-old was since, aside from nail polish, nail polish remover, cotton, pads, and a nail filer can be also be spotted on the table.
A FAMILY MAN
While Johnson spends a lot of time at his personal gym, which he calls "The Iron Paradise," and working on different cinematic projects and his Teremana tequila brand, he also finds time to be with his girls.
In June, the star of "Jungle Cruise opened up about his role as a father to Tia and 5-year-old Jasmine, whom he shares with wife and singer Lauren Hashian.
Johnson claims to have learned a thing or two about raising girls, especially his ability to listen and "just be there" instead of trying to solve whatever the issue is by himself.
According to him, he learned how to be more gentle and tender with Tia and Jasmine and find a solution for issues with them instead of for them.
PREPARING THEM FOR THE FUTURE
The actor described his daughters as "tornadoes and very passionate about how they feel," particularly because he and Hashian believe in raising them in a limitless environment and culture. He said:
"You can do anything you want, and you can achieve anything you want. However, I need you to be flexible with how we get there."
Johnson, who married the 36-year-old songwriter in 2019, also talked about how he learned to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, mostly thanks to a simple trick - getting dressed up despite not going anywhere.