Dwayne Johnson celebrates Memorial Day with “fearless” daughter Jasmine

By Hayley Bradbrook

Dwayne Johnson has always loved spending quality time with his “fearless” one-year-old daughter Jasmine, and this Memorial Day was no different. The Baywatch actor shared an adorable photo on Instagram on Monday (May 29) of himself having a daddy-daughter adventure with his little girl while celebrating the US holiday.

“She grabbed daddy's hand and started pulling me right down the middle of the Chattahoochee. Fearless lil' human,” wrote the 45-year-old actor alongside a sweet snap of himself being led into the river by his daughter.

The Rock enjoyed the holiday with his family before he had to go back on the road to promote Baywatch overseas. “My heart's filled with gratitude for being able to spend this day with my family before I jump on a bird and head to Germany tonight for work,” added the father of one.

The former pro wrestler went on to thank all of the men and women who have served in the armed forces. “Boundless love and respect to the brave men and women who sacrificed it all for their country and family, so I can love and protect my own. Enjoy your Memorial Day. You guys have some fun and spread that positive energy, gratitude and love with your family and friends today. #grateful#respect,” he wrote.


Dwayne Johnson had a wonderful time on Memorial Day with his daughter

Dwayne’s family time was made all the more precious given how busy he’s been as of late. In addition to promoting his beachy adventure flick, the actor hosted the season finale of Saturday Night Live, during which he jokingly announced his run for presidency in the next election. “In the past, I never would have considered running for president. I didn’t think I was qualified at all, but now, I’m actually worried that I’m too qualified,” quipped Dwayne before he unveiled his ultimate running mate, Tom Hanks!

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