Why Dwayne & # 39; & # 39; The Rock & # 39; & # 39; Johnson hesitated to remarry after the divorce?


When Dwayne "the Rock"Johnson met Lauren Hashian In 2007, there were immediate sparks.

"In 30 seconds, I thought, Wow, this girl is awesome," said the 47-year-old actor. WSJ Magazine for an interview published on Tuesday.

However, both still protected their hearts. the Jungle cruise star was already going through its break with Dany Garcia and Hashian, who was an event organizer at a party for one of Johnson's films, "was also coming out of a big break." Even so, his beloved prevailed. They received their first son together, a daughter named Jasmine, in 2015 and a second girl, called Tiana, in 2018. Johnson also has a daughter named Simone of his first marriage.

Then, in August 2019, Johnson and Hashian got married. According to the magazine, Johnson had proposed only three days before. The wedding was an intimate and top secret event in Kauai. Only his "tight circle" of loved ones was invited, nine adults in total, and his daughters served as flower girls.

"We had all the security details in case there were helicopters," Johnson told the publication. "But there was no press, no paparazzi. No one knew. I was surprised but very grateful. My life is so loud and noisy; the fact that I was calm was a great victory."

When asked if the end of his first marriage contributed to his wait to remarry, Johnson seemed to think so.

"I think so, yes," he replied after thinking about it. "My divorce was very important to me. I wasn't afraid to remarry, I just had doubts. But Lauren was incredibly patient: & # 39; I love you, you love me, we have an amazing life together, I don't presh & # 39;" .

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Alasdair McLellan for WSJ Magazine

Johnson is certainly busy these days. In addition to starring in the recent Fast and Furious cleave Hobbs & ShawI work in Jungle cruise and Jumanji: the next level. He also directs his many business projects and recently bought a farm in Georgia.

"In the last three years, and this is not a hyperbole, we have had to move 50 times," Johnson said. "Now I am in a good position where we can make sure that a large part, if not all of our production, is in Atlanta. So that is the goal."

To read his full interview, see the December / January edition of WSJ Magazine.


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