Chris Hemsworth is our dream man in his latest Instagram snap


The Hemsworth brothers have both just recently joined Instagram, and we're 100% more obsessed with them as a result.

Just yesterday Avengers star Chris shared a snap that made our hearts melt – and clarified that he knows EXACTLY how to win fans on social media.

The dad-of-three shared a snap of him running on a treadmill, while holding one of his twin sons over his shoulder, in a very Thor-esque pose.


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"The family who trains together, stays together," he wrote.

Cute babies AND fitness? Yup, that's a winning Instagram snap right there.

Chris and his wife, Spanish actress Elsa Pataky, have three children together. They welcomed their daughter India Rose back in 2012, followed by twins Sasha and Tristan last year.

While Chris still hits the gym regularly, we hope he's toned things down a notch since his Thor days, when he trained with a former Navy SEAL to get those arms of steel and ate mainly red meat, spinach and broccoli to fuel him.

And yet for his role in Star of The Sea last year, the actor had to restrict his eating to just 500 calories a day to drop huge amounts of weight – leaving him unrecognisably skinny.

"'I'm not even sure which is my real body anymore," the actor said in an interview back in July.

"I feel like I've lived like an athlete these last few years because I've constantly had to bulk up for Thor, then lose it all again for something like this."

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