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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson isn't just a wildly successful actor, producer, and former pro-wrestler - he's also a dedicated family man.
With four leading ladies in his life - his wife, Lauren, and three daughters, Simone, Jasmine, and Tiana - The Rock says his father hat is the one he's 'proudest to wear'.
The Hollywood heavyweight took time out of his busy schedule to spend this weekend at home and take a dip in the pool with his daughters so he could teach his two-year-old Jasmine - a.k.a. his 'lil tornado' - how to swim.
In an Instagram post, the 46-year-old opened up about how his daughter gave him plenty to laugh about during their swimming lesson.
According to the caption, when he took his shirt off, Jasmine was impressed by his 'boobies, to which the actor replied: "Thank you baby, but daddy has pecs, not boobies."
That's enough cuteness for one day.
It's nice to see even people as in demand as The Rock have time to enjoy quality moments with their family and 'recharge the batteries'. The actor's career is so action-packed, both on screen and off, we're sure those batteries take a lot of charging.
Earlier this year, Dwayne opened up about the 'amazing experience' of watching his daughter's birth for the first time.
People reported that seeing Lauren give birth to Tiana was the first time Dwayne had witnessed the actual birth of one of his children.
In an Instagram post, Dwayne shared a snapshot from the intimate moment with the caption: "Word to the wise gentlemen, it's critical to be by your lady's head when she's delivering, being as supportive as you can... holding hands, holding legs, whatever you can do."
And it's not just in the real world that the family man is crushing it right now - the actor's latest film Skyscraper, which is currently in theaters, centers on a father who goes to great lengths to save his family from a burning skyscraper.
Let's just hope he's got those boobies... sorry, pecs covered up while he's at it.
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