Actor Dwayne Johnson is teaching his two-year-old daughter the value of girl power, after she faced a health scare.
The actor, 45, shared a video on Instagram in which his daughter Jasmine Lia appeared healthy and happy days after she was taken to the emergency room, reports people.com.
Johnson taught his daughter the value of strength on International Women’s Day, saying:
“All right, my queen, can we say ‘girl power?'” Lia replied, “Girl power!” “There you go! Okay how about this, ‘International Women’s Day’,” Johnson prompted.
He is actuallya busy guy balancing his insanely successful career, personal life and new title of Sexiest Man Alive.
The Moanastar appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday and opens up about his 11-month-old daughter Jasmine Johnson and his kids (he also has daughter Simone Johnson, 15), are the best part of his life.
“My proudest moment as a father would be, umm … well I have two,” the star said.
“When Simone was born, I remember looking at her and saying, ‘I’m gonna take care of you for the rest of my life.’ And then when Jasmine was born, I held her and I held her on my chest and I said the exact same thing. So there’s a lot of cheese on this pizza right now in that delivery (laughs). It’s very easy, but it’s the truth.”
Meanwhile, here's a video of her saying, "Girl Power":