Published: Wed, December 04, 2019

The Rock admits he was 'hesitant' to remarry after divorce

The Rock admits he was 'hesitant' to remarry after divorce

Reported first by the Wall Street Magazine, the outlet claims Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson didn't want to re-marry following his traumatic 2007 split form Dany Garcia, his ex-wife. Magazine's December/January issue - which hits newsstands December 14 - and reveals how his 2008 divorce from Dany Garcia made him question whether or not he'd say "I do" again. "I wasn't fearful of getting married again, there was just some hesitancy", he confessed.

'Nevertheless Lauren used to be extremely affected person: "I bask in you, you bask in me, we obtain this improbable life collectively - no presh"'. "I was going through my breakup with Dany and [Lauren] was just coming off a big breakup, too", he continued. However, in a case of complete irony, the Jumanji: The Next Level star shared that when one is not looking for something, the power of the universe takes over as it did with him and Lauren. @Laurenhashianofficial and I are deeply grateful to everyone who worked tirelessly to make this wedding the most lovely and spiritually enriching day ever.

Fast And Furious: Hobbs & Shaw star Dwayne Johnson and singer-songwriter Lauren Hashian were dating each other for over a decade before sealing the deal in August this year. 'But there was no press, no paparazzi. They welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Jasmine, in 2015 and a second baby girl, named Tiana, in 2018. "I've been up since 4, I have an 8:30 exercise - I gotta get this moving, get to the part where 'I do!'" Johnson joked of his initial morning pre-marriage ceremony.

Though Hashian was also reeling from a breakup at the time, Johnson - who also shares daughter Simone, 18, with Garcia - credited fate for bringing them together.

The Rock and his bride bought a big ranch that includes a small lake outdoors the busy metropolis and Johnson plans on taking pictures most of his tasks there.

To read his full interview, check out the December/January issue of WSJ.

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