The how-to on Chris and Elsa Hemsworth’s super-hot bods, plus their $8 mil­lion hide­away re­vealed


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T heir whirl­wind visit to Spain on Septem­ber 29 for the screen­ing of Chris Hemsworth’s new film Bad Times at the El Royale at the 2018 San Se­bastián Film Fes­ti­val re­minded us all why he and Elsa Pataky are #re­la­tion­ship­goals. They also hap­pen to have two of the hottest bod­ies

in the biz – and find­ing ways to stay fit to­gether brings the pair even closer.

But while Chris, 35, is known for his buff body, he thinks his wife is in bet­ter shape! ‘She has a greater car­dio skill set, en­durance than I’ll ever have, and it’s a lit­tle em­bar­rass­ing at times,’ Chris ad­mits. The mum-of-three likes va­ri­ety in her reg­i­men, so she does 40-minute gym cir­cuits four times a week, plus yoga, spin, swim­ming, Pilates and kick­box­ing.

‘He helps train me,’ says the 42-year-old, who – at 161cm tall – has to ‘punch up’ to her 190cm tall hubby in the ring. And the 12 Strong star ad­mits he can only do four or five rounds. ‘She’s re­lent­less, she doesn’t quit,’ Chris spills.

But it’s not just ex­er­cise that gives Mr and Mrs Hemsworth their in­cred­i­ble physiques. They also care­fully watch what they eat and fol­low a Mediter­ranean-style diet, while avoid­ing pro­cessed foods. ‘I avoid tak­ing re­fined sug­ars, but I don’t de­prive my­self,’ Elsa ex­plains.

Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky love to live the luxe life! Hav­ing al­ready thrown more than $8 mil­lion be­hind the reno of their By­ron Bay re­treat, the pair’s mega man­sion – which has been on the go since late 2017 – is set to house all the mod cons a celeb bush­land re­treat could need at their favourite place on earth.

‘Here, we just walk out the door and head to the beach,’ says Chris, 35, who loves the ‘much more sim­ple life’ on Aus­tralia’s east coast with his wife, 42, and their kids In­dia, six, and twins Sasha and Tris­tan, four. ‘I feel like it’s a par­adise,’ adds Elsa.

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