Chris Hemsworth is certainly a superstar when it comes to his Hollywood acting career, but he’s also a super dad to his three children.
The Thor star, 37, was spotted out and about with his brood in New South Wales’ idyllic coastal town of Byron Bay on Thursday.
The barefoot Australian actor was seen carrying his injured twin son, six, through town, as the little one sported white bandages wrapped over his small hands.
Chris and Spanish actress wife Elsa Pataky share daughter India, eight, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, six.
Despite one of the twin sons appearing to have injured himself recently, the family were in good spirits during the outing.
The youngster placed his arms around his strong father’s torso while wearing an adorable red cap with the words ‘Koala Lover’ written on it.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Chris and Elsa’s management for comment.
The barefoot Australian actor kept a low profile as he ran errands with the couple’s three children and was dressed casually a grey T-shirt and black boardshorts.
While he didn’t appear to be wearing anything overtly flashy or designer, he did complete his look with a pair of stylish shades and a green cap.
Just like their famous father, the children also went barefoot for the outing.
In April, Chris revealed he was struggling to get their three children to concentrate on their studies while homeschooling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
‘Home schooling them is an absolute challenge. It’s three hours of negotiation and maybe 20 minutes of actual work,’ he said at the time.
The star, who was self-isolating with his family in their $20million Byron Bay mansion, added: ‘[My children] just crave interaction with other kids so much, obviously, and that’s a challenge.’
Despite being Hollywood megastars, doting parents Elsa and Chris are very hands-on with their children and are regulars at the school gate.
The couple relocated to New South Wales from Los Angeles in 2014, and haven’t looked back since.
Elsa previously told Stellar in 2017 that she enjoyed the more laid-back lifestyle in Byron Bay and was happy to be treated more like ‘a local’ than a celebrity.