Was that with the dream couple? Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky’s marriage has been on the rocks for a long time.
Chris Hemsworth: Marriage crisis with Elsa Pataky?
In recent years, Chris Hemsworth (40) and his wife Elsa Pataky (47) have been an unbeatable unit. When he was celebrated worldwide for his role as Thor in the Marvel films, the Spanish-born woman always supported him. Together with their children, twins Tristan and Sasha (9), and daughter India (11), she even went on the red carpet to celebrate her loved one’s success.
Even when Chris recently struggled with the fact that he was diagnosed with an increased likelihood of Alzheimer’s disease, she was there for him. But apparently, things haven’t been going well between the couple behind the scenes for a long time.
The blonde provided the reason for this assumption with an Instagram posting on December 14th. It shows you and the children in front of their Christmas tree. But there was no trace of dad Chris.
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“Things have changed.”
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky are said to not have separated yet, but according to an insider, it might not take long. “The status of Chris and Elsa’s marriage is a question mark,” “InTouch” claims to have learned.
And further: “The separate vacations are a warning, but it is more than that. They are still a united family, but they have become estranged as a couple. Chris wants a simpler life, and Elsa wants more.” The heartthrob and the blonde have been traveling separately a lot recently. While Elsa traveled to Japan with the twins in October, Chris and India went to Iceland. Another separate vacation followed a month later.
They were the perfect husband-and-wife team for so long—both beautiful, great kids. Everything seemed like something out of a picture book. But things have changed.
says the source. “The fact that he has retired from Hollywood to focus on family and that she wants to act more is not a good sign,” it concludes. Is there something to it? That will certainly become apparent soon…
Source used: InTouch