Meeting with Mother Nature. Chris Hemsworthwoman’s, Elsa Pataky, experienced a dangerous detour after getting stuck on a flooded roadway in Australia.
“I was stuck, yes. Awesome. Oh God, oh God, what am I doing? said the Spanish actress, 44, in an Instagram story on Monday, July 27, while filming footage of the rising water. “A little too optimistic? I was so sure I could cross! What two days of rain can do! ‘
Pataky shares daughter India, 7, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, 5, with Hemsworth, 36, and the family moved to Byron Bay, Australia in early 2015. In the video, two of the couple’s children appeared and tried to cross the water safely using a personal trainer Luke Zocchi.
“My only option … through the window !!” the Fast and furious star wrote in another clip to her Instagram story and thanked her friends for saving her. “What would I do without you?”
Earlier this year, Pataky opened up about her family’s decision to leave the Los Angeles lifestyle behind and return to her husband’s homeland, Australia.
“Even when Chris comes here, his brain changes and suddenly it’s like, ‘Oh wow, I don’t have to think about that and we’re not going to talk about work,’ and it’s so good for peace of mind. There is something about moving that whole world here that gives you a different perspective, “the Tidelands actress said in the February 2020 issue of Vogue AustraliaShe noted that her daughter was starting to get nervous with photographers in LA “I love nature and I love being outside, and I wanted my kids to have that freedom, so we decided to leave.”
Although she quit her own career to raise her children, Pataky admitted that the Thor The time that was in the spotlight had an impact on their family life.
“I feel like Hollywood eats you in such a way that it always feels like work,” she said at the time. “I think when you’re in it, you don’t even realize it, but when you get out, everything changes.”
Hemsworth, for his part, promised to take a short break from the Hollywood crowds in June 2019 so he could spend more time with his family. Almost a year later, he said he was still looking for the perfect “balance” in his life.
“I probably spent 15 years in what felt like a marathon, a constant workload,” he said GQ Australia in May. “So much of my energy is focused on that and when I had kids at the same time, I constantly tried to find the balance. I really longed for more rest and felt a clear need to slow down. ”
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