Dwayne Johnson enjoys down time with family: 'Great to recharge the batteries this weekend'
Wrestling star and actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson got an astonishing compliment from his 2-year-old daughter during a swimming session.
Skyscraper actor Dwayne Johnson shared a photo of himself on Instagram on Saturday teaching his daughter Jasmine Lia swimming as he spent a quiet weekend with his family.
The 46-year-old captioned the photo describing his relaxing weekend. He said that he was back home to 'recharge his batteries' with his family and took Jasmine, his little tornado, to a swimming lesson.
The WWE star shared that when he took his shirt off to enter the pool, little Jasmine innocently complimented his pectoral muscles and called it Johnson's 'brown boobies.'
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According to People, Johnson recently opened up about him witnessing the birth of his second child, 2-month-old Tiana Gia, with his longtime girlfriend, Lauren Hashian.
On his latest appearance at Live with Kelly and Ryan, Johnson shared that watching his girlfriend give birth to his child was the most amazing experience he ever had.
He said that he looked at Hashian, women, and mothers with an entirely new perspective after his experience. Johnson emphasized that witnessing his daughter's birth was beautiful.
The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star recalled that he was encouraging Hashian through labor by holding her hand.
After Tiana was born, Johnson announced her arrival with his social media fans and followers by uploading a skin-to-skin photo on Instagram with his newborn daughter on April 23, 2018.
Johnson called his Hashian a 'true rockstar' in his post. He mentioned that he was raised and surrounded by strong, loving, and caring women throughout his life and his respect for women grew tenfold after Tiana's birth.
Johnson appealed to the men all over the world and strongly advocated to be by the side of their lady during labor and provide all the support one possibly can. He claimed that witnessing childbirth is a life-changer for every man.