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Dwayne Johnson, also known as The Rock is a huge family man and has three daughters, Simone, 17, Jasmine, three and the youngest one Tiana, eight months. Every year, on Tuesday before Christmas, he is part of a foundation which strives to make some critically ill children’s wishes come true.

Make-A-Wish Foundation is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1980. Its mission is to make children’s, who are with some seriously critical illnesses, wishes come true. The Rock supports this foundation and every year he documents his visits to these children.

This year, during the visit of youngsters to the set of his latest film Hobbs And Shaw, the 46-year old actor and star filmed and shared a very cute video. The video features him together with Lucy, whose favorite film is Moana. Both of them sing the song, You’re Welcome, which is part of the popular Disney movie. When they finish singing, the actor kisses the little girl on her cheek and she pretends to pass out.

He even joked in the video that every girl reacts like that when he kisses them. Lucy stole Dwayne’s heart that he even published the video in this Instagram account and captioned it with:

‘Best part of fame. I’m a father to three daughters, so this little Lucy just stole my cold black heart right outta my chest.’

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Even though he also met other children as well, it’s obvious that little Lucy had a huge impact on the Jumanji actor. He also wrote:

‘Thank you little Lucy for blessing me with your beautiful sweetness. I’m happy to sing with you any day! Stay strong honey and Merry Christmas! #WishGrantingDay #OnSet #HobbsAndShaw.’

Besides Lucy, The Rock also met Cameron and PJ which definitely touched him. He wrote on his Instagram account:
‘These kids have gone thru some tough times man and they’re way stronger than I’ll ever be (and ironically, I’m their hero) and this will always be the best part of my fame.’

He also added:

‘These kids have gone thru some tough times man and they’re way stronger than I’ll ever be (and ironically, I’m their hero) and this will always be the best part of my fame. I will fish all day long for compliments! #MerryChristmasPJ #StayAwesome #StayStrong.’

He admitted that this is the best part of his job, seeing kids shine and smile even though they are going through rough times.

Source:dailymail.co.uk

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