Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has revealed he has tested positive for coronavirus, describing it as the "most challenging" thing he has faced.
The legendary wrestler turned actor took to his Instagram page to confirm the news with his 196 million followers in a lengthy video post, and told how he wished only he who had caight the bug.
Dwayne, 48, revealed that suffering from the virus was "much different" to previously having his "a** kicked" during his WWE wrestling career.
Addressing his followers, the dad-of-three admitted that it was not the best thing to go through but later revealed he was grateful to have seen the other side and was "feeling strong".
In a piece to camera filmed at his home, the star said: "I wanted to give you guys a little helpful update on some of the things that I've been going through on my end for the past two-and-a-half to three weeks now.
"So the update is this. My wife Lauren, as well as my two baby girls and myself, we have all tested positive for Covid-19 and 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."
He added: "And I've gone through some doozies in the past.
"I've gotten knocked about and had my ass kicked in the past with some challenges, but testing positive for Covid-19 is much different than overcoming nasty injuries or being evicted or even being broke, which I have been more than a few times."
Dwayne later said that his number one priority is to "always protect" his family, children and loved ones.
"I wish it was only me that had tested positive, but it wasn't. It was my entire family, so this one was a real kick in the gut," he said.
"But I am happy to tell you guys that we, as a family, are good. We are on the other end of it. We're on the other side. We are no longer contagious and we are, thank God, we are healthy."
The former WWE star added that he was "counting my blessings" as "we all have been hit by this thing."
He said: "We are counting our blessings right now because we're well aware that it isn't always the case that you get on the other end of COVID-19 stronger and healthier."
In a heartbreaking admission, he continued: "I have had some of my best friends lose their parents, their loved ones to this virus that is so incredibly relentless and unforgiving and it is insidious."
Speaking about their symptoms, Johnson revealed that his two younger daughters Jasmine, 4, and Tiana, 2 suffered from "a little sore throat the first couple of days" before saying they have since bounced back.