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Dwayne Johnson's girlfriend doesn't want big baby

DWAYNE 'The Rock' Johnson's girlfriend is worried about having a "20lb baby".

The 'San Andreas' actor and long-term partner Lauren Hashian will welcome a daughter into the world next year and the singer is hoping her well-built partner's genes won't be passed down to the little girl.

She wrote on Instagram alongside a picture of herself and Dwayne: "And like Big Daddy says - Couldn't be prouder of all the kickass women she's going to have around her! And Men of course ;)..

"#LetsJustHopeBigDaddyDoesnt=20lbBaby (sic)"

Lauren has been fairly quiet on social media since announcing her pregnancy, but is enjoying every minute.

She also wrote: "I know I'm late to the party... Sometimes life gets full and busy in the best ways :)... So grateful and in awe of this time. To experience creating a little life is just incredible. This beautiful cycle of life and womanhood beginning again. (sic)"

The couple announced in September they were having their first child together and the 43-year-old wrestler-turned-actor - who already has a 14-year-old daughter, Simone, with ex-wife Dany Garcia - revealed last month they found out they are expecting a girl.

He posted a picture of himself cradling Lauren's baby bump, and captioned the image: "I was raised by and live with amazing and strong women, so the universe felt we needed one more... IT'S A BABY GIRL!! THANK YOU guys so much for the awesome support and love you've sent @laurenhashianofficial and myself from around the world. We're so grateful for this blessing and thrilled to share the news with y'all. (sic)"



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