Chris Hemsworth's wife Elsa Pataky, 41, flaunts her fabulous legs in a thigh-skimming jumpsuit
Chris Hemsworth’s hot wife, Elsa Pataky, put on a leggy display during a photo shoot in Byron Bay.
AmoMama shares with you details of Elsa Pataky edgy and leggy display at her recent appearance as reported by Daily Mail on April 10, 2018.
Elsa Pataky is an epitome of sexy! And the wife of Thor actor Chris Hemsworth put her toned legs on display during a photo shoot in Byron Bay.
The stunning mother of three looked simple yet breathtaking in an all-black ensemble that comprised a black thigh-skimming jumpsuit underneath black leather biker jacket as she added a flair of color to the chic ensemble with a pair of electric blue boots.
The 41-year-old flaunted her natural beauty as her face was adorned with mild makeup and her hair packed in a sleek bun.
Elsa looked like a boss as she was doing what she does best- modeling!
She was seen carrying a beige backpack while she took directions from photographers and assistants.
This edgy chic look was far from Elsa’s trademark Bohemian look but she pulled it off with so much grace for the outdoor shoot.
Click HERE for pictures of Elsa at the photoshoot.
The model brought her A-game on as she was seen changing her shoes and adjusting her outfit as she struck another pose.
Elsa and her actor husband with their three kids have been spending so much time lately in Byron Bay as seen on their social media accounts.
Chris’s family aren’t the only ones enjoying quality time at Byron Bay as they were joined by fellow actor and friend of the family Matt Damon, his wife Luciana, and their three daughters.
Earlier this year, power couple Chris and Elsa starred in their first movie together titled 12 Strong.
Elsa’s husband revealed that she performed very well and it was easy for them to play an on-screen couple as they didn’t have to form any sort of chemistry whatsoever.
‘We didn’t have to form any chemistry or bond; that came pretty easily and naturally, as you could expect’
12 Strong grossed about $45 million in the United States and Canada and about $17.2 million in other territories against a production budget of $35 million.