We like it almost as much when our favorite celebrities let us discover a little bit of their day-to-day life through social networks as when they show us how their children are growing up. It is the case of Elsa Pataky, that through his Instagram profile allows us to see the evolution of his three children. And the truth is that the three children, how could it be otherwise, are beautiful, since their parents, Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth are part of one of the most beautiful couples in the world of cinema.
A few weeks ago, Elsa showed us the most adorable photos of her twins Tristan and Shasa, who were turning 8 years old, and now she has done the same with her daughter, India Rose, who just celebrated her 10th birthday, and looks a lot like her mom! From the photos that the proud mom has posted, we can tell that India she is a great animal lover or, rather, a “wild girl”, as her mother has affectionately described her to congratulate her with this emotional gallery. Slide!
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In addition to wishing her daughter India the best for her birthday, Elsa Nor did he want to overlook the fact that Mother’s Day was also celebrated –in other countries it is celebrated on the second Sunday of May– and he wanted to wink at all of them in his ‘post’, especially his like this:
“Happy birthday to my wild girl! If there is someone who loves animals more than me, it is you, my little one! 😂 Life is better when we are together. And Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there. I love you all, including my special mom! 😍”
Elsa Pataky is a mother completely dedicated to her family. In fact, according to an interview for ‘Divinity’, formed a pact with her husband to not accept professional projects at the same time so that one of the two can always be in charge of their little ones.
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