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That's Mr. Rock To You: Dwayne Johnson Marries Longtime Girlfriend Lauren Hashian In Hawaii

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is a married man again, following his tying of the knot with girlfriend Laren Hashian in Hawaii on Monday.

Johnson and Hashian have been together since 2006 and have two children together. They are believed to have met when he was filming his movie The Game Plan.

The Hollywood star made the announcement to his 154 million followers on Instagram on Monday. And the photo showing him and his new bride both clad all in white has been liked over 11 million times in its first 10 hours online.

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Johnson rose to fame while under the employ of Vince McMahon's wrestling promotion WWE after a failed football career and is now the biggest movie personality in the world. The 47-year-old's latest film Hobbs & Shaw has proven to be a worldwide hit, having knocked The Lion King off the Box Office's No.1 spot and his next movie, Jumanji: The Next Level will drop on December 13 this year.

Hashian, meanwhile, is the daughter of Sib Hashian, who was a drummer for the band Boston. Lauren is also a musician and has a few songs out there.

This recent development marks Johnson's second marriage. The former wrestler married Dany Garcia in 1997 but the pair announced that they were splitting amicably in 2007. Despite the divorce, Johnson and Garcia maintained a close relationship as she went on to manage his career and is somewhat responsible for all of his success. She is also a co-founder of his company Seven Bucks Productions.

Johnson and Garcia share an 18-year-old daughter named Simone, who has decided to follow in her father's footsteps and pursue a career in wrestling.

Simone began training with WWE's Performance Center last year but wants to finish college before fully committing to the company that provided the springboard for her dad to become one of the most famous men in the world.

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