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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Just Shared a New Pic With His Daughter

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is without question one of our favorite dads in Hollywood. Not only is the actor fiercely protective of his youngest daughter, Jasmine, he is also incredibly gentle and tender when he plays with her. And on top of that, the father of two has a sense of humor when spending time with his tiny sweetie-pie, too.

What could be more perfect than that? Having pics to prove it, of course!

MUST-SEE: Oh My Adorable! The Rock Posted a New Photo of His Baby Girl, and Her Facial Expression Is Making Everyone Go “Aww”

Lucky for us, the devoted pop did just that when he shared this new photo with his little girl.

As Johnson explained in the photo’s caption, he had gotten up early to get some work done in his office on a Sunday morning. But then his productive a.m. routine got interrupted by his daughter, who innocently asked her dad to watch the Disney movie Moana with her.

“And aaaaall daddy’s work comes to a screeching halt,” Johnson wrote.

Honestly, when he’s being interrupted by this face, who can blame him?

Though this is far from the first time Johnson happily shared a snapshot being super adorable with his daughter, it’s the first time we’ve seen them showing off their muscles together. We can’t get enough of her little bicep!

It’s been clear for a while now that when it comes to holding onto his precious daughter, Johnson is more than ready to put his own muscles to good use.

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We can’t wait to see his little daughter grow up and learn how to give amazing hugs just like her daddy. Goodness knows she has the best instructor!

MUST-SEE: Holy Cuteness! Watch The Rock Play Ever-so-Gently with His Baby Daughter

via ETOnline.com

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