‘You’re pure joy, love and mana personified,’ the actor wrote in an adorable post
Dwayne Johnson is in a celebratory mood!
The clip shows the actor’s home filled with balloons and decorations as he presents his wife of 4 years with a chocolate cake covered in candles. The pair’s daughters, Jasmine and Tiana, are also present while Johnson's mom, Ata, plays the ukulele as they all sing “Happy Birthday.”
Johnson, 50, jokes during the clip, “It took me 8 hours to make that cake,” before sweetly kissing his wife on her forehead as she blows out the candles to cheers of delight from their children.
The Jungle Cruise star shared the following caption alongside the happy video: “* cue the ukulele 🎶 ❤️(ladies singing in perfect harmony while I sing in keys that don’t exist;)
Happiest of Birthdays @laurenhashianofficial!!!
You’re pure joy, love and mana personified and we’re so grateful you were born 🙏🏾💫.”
To celebrate Father’s Day in June 2023, Johnson enjoyed playing with his youngest daughter and shared the sweet footage online. The video shows the 5-year-old giving Johnson a check-up with her fake doctor’s equipment.
"What are we doing here, doctor?" the Black Adam actor asked Tiana as she puts a toy thermometer near his face, to which the youngster replied, "We're putting this in your mouth."
The Jumanji actor added: "I know one day years from now, play dates with Daddy won’t be cool anymore so I’ll take every minute I can.”
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Johnson finished his Father's Day post with a nugget of girl dad wisdom: "Every man wants a son, but every man needs a daughter."
In 2021, Johnson opened up about raising daughters to PEOPLE and said that it has helped him be "more tender and gentle.” He added that he and his wife are raising his two younger daughters in "an environment and a culture where there are no limits to life."
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