Dwayne Johnson's daughter Jasmine has him wrapped around her finger -- and he knows it!
The 45-year-old actor was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, but it was his young daughter who stole the show.
"I'm going to show you what it all means," the Rock told the crowd during his speech, before picking up Jasmine from her mom's lap. "The hard work, the work you put in with your own two hands... it all comes down to this. It all comes down to your family, and working hard to love and protect and do everything you can to make your family and the ones you love, their lives better."
Jasmine, who turns 2 on Saturday, then sweetly said "I love you" into the mic.
"When I was 15 years old, I was evicted, we were evicted out of our one bedroom apartment in Honolulu, Hawaii," he continued about his past struggles. "We were forced to leave the island, and here we are today."
"I heard a quote when I was 15, and I thought, if I'm ever in a position one day, I'd like to be able to live this quote, 'It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice,'" continued Johnson, who also gave a shout out to his 16-year-old daughter, Simone, who missed the ceremony on Wednesday. "With that, I love you and I thank you."
Johnson then posed with his girlfriend, Lauren Hashian, and Jasmine, for a sweet family portrait with his star.
The Rock, who recently announced that he was expecting his second daughter with Hashian, opened up to ET's Carly Steel about fatherhood.
"I'll take the [cool dad] points where I can, because I have three girls now, and estrogen all around me," he joked.
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