Dwayne Johnson can’t stop talking about his wife, Lauren Hashian, and their beautiful family.
On Sunday, December 4, Hashian hosted guests at Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., for a football game between the Los Angeles Rams and Seattle Seahawks while singing the national anthem.
The following day, Johnson uploaded a video to Instagram of his pitch-perfect performance which showed him holding their two daughters Jasmine, 6, and Tiana, 4, as they watched her sing from the sidelines.
As the song ended, the couple’s daughters smiled and cheered for their mother as Johnson clapped, “Wow! Let’s go baby!”
In a lengthy caption, the 50-year-old actor said watching Hashian sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” with their children “will be one of the greatest and most emotional moments of my life.”
He continued: “As a father, it rocked my soul to hold our little ones in this defining moment because I could literally feel their proud energy and vibe for their singing mum – they felt it.”
While he said their children were too young to understand the meaning of the national anthem, he shared that he looked forward to explaining it to them in the future.
He joked: “Good thing I put my glasses on because when Lauren came around the corner with ‘…I proved all night that our flag was still there. Oh, do you think that star-spangled banner still flies over the land of the free and the home of the brave…’ And I looked down and saw my daughters with their little hands over their hearts… that was it for me. Dad had finished.
The ‘Black Adam’ star congratulated his wife on reaching a major career milestone.
He congratulated her and said, “You are the real superstar in our family.”
Hashian thanked her husband in the comments for his sweet tribute.
“Oh my God, that was all I had to not cry watching you hold the babies like that!” wrote the singer.
Although she managed to stay focused during the show, she added that her husband’s message made her emotional.
The 38-year-old musician said: “No one finds the words like you do…Love you MM. So wildly grateful…to feel how it felt…amazing.
Hashian also posted the clip to his Instagram story.
“…Just the definition of grateful. For them. For yesterday. For my family and my earthly angels. And my angels up there,” she said.
Earlier this year, Johnson was filmed supporting Hashian when she sang at a New York Red Bulls game in July.
The football club Twitter account posted a video of Johnson flashing a smile and, appropriately, making the rock hand gesture.
After dating for more than 10 years, Johnson and Hashian tied the knot in a Hawaiian ceremony in August 2019.
He shared several photos from the wedding on Instagram, including one showing the newlyweds kissing and holding hands.
“Our cups (and our tequila glasses) are overflowing with gratitude,” he said in the caption. “@laurenhashianofficial and I are deeply grateful to everyone who worked tirelessly to make this wedding the most beautiful and rewarding day ever. No press, no paparazzi, no noise, nothing lavish or opulent – just us and our family – all of whom brought with them endless support, respect, joy and vibrant mana.
In addition to their two daughters, Johnson is also a parent to 21-year-old professional wrestler Simone from her previous marriage to film producer Dany Garcia.