Dwayne Johnson always puts his family first. He often posts pictures of his time with his kids on Instagram.
We know Dwayne Johnson is a talented man, and many of us also know how loving a husband and dad he is. Yet, his gestures of affection still catch us by surprise leading his fans to do a collective "awww." The actor, who usually posts a lot of cute pictures with his girls and wife, did not fail to keep it up during the festive season.
The father of three marked the holiday season by sharing all the precious moments he enjoyed with his adorable family.
According to People, the Jumanji actor took to social media and talked about his proud dad moments. The 48-year-old actor shared the image of his daughter Tiana surprised to see the Christmas gifts as she walked down the stairway, "Merry Christmas, my friends to you and your families. And I know many of you do too, but man I live for these surprise moments."
Johnson further went on to tell his fans about his daughters' Christmas movie preferences. He wrote, "Dwanta spends months carefully planning for Christmas and this lil’ independent boss opens just one gift and decides she’ll open the rest later, but first we’re watching LION KING... for the 987th time."
The actor's Christmas posts depicted the close bond he shares with his family.
"He absolutely loves his girls. They live out of the spotlight so his girls can have a normal childhood. His family is his biggest priority," said a source, according to People. "He is a huge family man," added the source. The insider added the actor is a very private person who focuses on his wife, children, and his work.
Previously, the actor had opened up about his family's battle with COVID-19. In September, he stated it was one of the most difficult ordeals for him and his family.
"I can tell you that this has been one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family," said Johnson in an Instagram video. He added, "Testing positive for Covid-19 is much different than overcoming nasty injuries, or being evicted or even being broke, which I have been more than a few times," according to BBC News.
At that time, the actor who always puts his family first, urged others to take to necessary precautions to safeguard themselves from the virus. "It baffles me that some people out there, including some politicians, will take this idea of wearing masks and make it part of a political agenda. It has nothing to do with politics. Wear your mask. It is a fact. And it is the right thing to do," said the actor.