He’s a proud father to three adorable children.
And Chris Hemsworth looked every inch the doting dad on Sunday as he celebrated Father’s Day with his gorgeous family in the Byron Bay hinterland village of Bangalow.
The Marvel Universe star, 35, was seen walking the streets with his beautiful wife Elsa Pataky, 43, and the pair’s adorable five-year-old twin boys Sasha and Tristan.
Super dad! Chris Hemsworth (left) looked every inch the doting dad on Sunday as he celebrated Father’s Day with his gorgeous wife Elsa Pataky (right) and their children in the Byron Bay Hinterland village of Bangalow
So adorable! Chris Hemsworth put a protective hand on the shoulder of one of his twin boys, as the family ran errands on Sunday afternoon
The sweet family looked to be enjoying each other’s company as they ran errands in the quaint location this weekend.
Liam Hemsworth’s older sibling dressed casually in a navy T-shirt and a pair of light blue jeans, putting a protective hand on his little boy’s shoulder as the pair walked down the street – with both of Chris’ sons deciding to go barefoot for the occasion.
Elsa opted for one of her bohemian ensembles – stepping out in a pair of paint splattered overalls, which she wore cuffed at the ankles.
Keeping it casual! Elsa (centre) opted for one of her bohemian ensembles as she ran errands with the family – stepping out in a pair of paint splattered overalls, which she wore cuffed at the ankles.
The Tidelands actress kept a low profile in a green and blue hat, shielding her eyes with a pair of rose-gold glasses.
The family headed into a cute shop selling all kinds of miscellaneous items, leaving with a huge basket full of products including reusable bottles.
The pair’s third child, India Rose, was not with them for the outing.
Family affair: Chris, Elsa and the twins headed into a cute shop selling all kinds of miscellaneous items, leaving with a huge basket full of products including reusable bottles
Chris and Elsa revealed in 2017 that their decision to move to Byron Bay was to give their family more privacy.
Speaking to News.com.au in 2017, Elsa said: ‘In LA, my kids had a camera in front of them all the time and it made my daughter [India] become very scared of photos.
‘She didn’t want pictures taken and didn’t want to be in photos.’
Family first: Chris and Elsa revealed back in 2017 that their decision to move to Byron Bay was to give their family more privacy