Well-known TV personality Dwayne Johnson, also known as the Rock, took to his Instagram account the other day to share his 5-year-old daughter’s tiny birthday party and spoke out about how the COVID-19 pandemic changed the celebration culture.
The former professional wrestler posted a video, in which his family singing ‘Happy Birthday’ song while his daughter Jazzy blowing out the candles on the home-made cake. Alongside the intimate video, the Rock wrote as a caption:
“Like all of you families around the world, we’ve had to have very low key COVID birthday celebrations for our babies this year, but our love and mana will always be the strongest things that flow in this family. In the end, that’s really all that matters.”
Then the 48-year-old thanked his family members including her mother, who kept the ukulele rhythm for the birthday song, for making the celebration possible even though it was hard to do because of the pandemic. He concluded his message by saying:
“Happy Birthday, Jazzy!! One day many years from now, you’ll see what I see… The gift that you are. We love you, Your family ♥️⚓️”
As fans might remember, Johnson, his wife Lauren Hashian, and two daughters had tested positive for coronavirus disease in September; Johnson delivered the news at that time as follows:
“I can tell you that this has been one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family. And for me personally, too, as well, and I’ve gone through some doozies in the past.”
Fortunately, the entire family made a full recovery from the contagious disease.
Here is the mentioned Instagram post.