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has honoured the women in his life with a special Mother's Day tribute on Instagram.
In a post on Sunday, the Hollywood actor, 37, shared a throwback photo of his wife Elsa Pataky, 44, posing with their three children, as well as a photo of himself cuddling up to his mother Leonie, 60.
'Happy Mother’s Day to all the brilliant, hardworking, kid carrying, bar raising, husband-putting-up-with-ing woman out there!!' the Thor star captioned the post.
'We salute you,' he added.
In Elsa's photo, the blonde actress is seen with her hands full as she carried her twin sons Sasha and Tristan in her arms, while daughter India sat in a sling on her back.
Inside Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky's epic 'white party'
They're the most famous residents of Byron Bay who certainly know how to party hard - despite being parents to three young children. And Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky did just that over the weekend, as they hosted an epic 'white party' with all of their pals at a mansion in Byron Bay. Chris, 37, alongside brothers Liam and Luke, donned all-white attire as they danced the night away at the epic shindig - with a guestlist that also included Hollywood legend Matt Damon and Liam's model girlfriend Gabriella Brooks.
It comes after the Fast And The Furious star spoke candidly about her decision to step away from acting at the peak of her career to raise a family.
Speaking tomagazine last year, Elsa said she'd selflessly put her acting career on hold after having children so her husband could focus on making movies.
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'I decided to focus on them and leave my career on the side, to just do little things here and there and try to be happy with that, even though it was my passion and I loved what I did,' the mother of three said.
However, as Chris' career flourished, Elsa couldn't help but feel envious.
'It was hard in some moments, because you see the person you love doing what you're so passionate about, you see them doing movies, and you wish you could too,' she added.
What my mother taught me about football
Growing up my mum never watched me play football. Not by choice. She was in charge of a small French bakery and worked weekends. It would have been a thrill to see both Mum and Dad in the crowd cheering me on the sidelines, but the money my mum earned helped pay for things like registration fees, new football boots, mouth guards, team jumpers, and I was lucky enough to travel on football camps. With Mother’s Day approaching this weekend, it got me thinking about the term ‘football mum’ and what it means.
'But because of my family I didn't want to shoot anywhere else and it was Chris' moment, I just let him know that he could do what he had to do and we'll follow.'
Meanwhile, Elsa is currently playing the lead role in Netflix's Interceptor, which focuses on a female protagonist who must save the world from 16 nuclear missiles.
Her husband Chris is producing the movie alongside Kathy Morgan, Christopher Mapp, Robert Slaviero, and Peter D. Graves.
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