Chris Hemsworth Salsas With Wife Elsa Pataky on Her 42nd Birthday

Check out that fancy footwork!

Updated 07/19/18

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What do you get for the woman who has everything? According to Chris Hemsworth, a hilariously over-the-top "dance lesson." Wednesday (July 18) marked Elsa Pataky's 42nd birthday, and in honor of the milestone, Hemsworth twirled and dipped his wife in a silly routine set to "Despacito."

The Thor: Ragnarok star posted a video of the dance sesh on Instagram. In the clip, he struts around a lush green landscape, leading Pataky into repeated spins, dips, and other dramatic salsa moves, with the birthday girl laughing and smiling at she expertly keeps up with her husband's faux-serious moves. "Gave my wife a dance lesson for her birthday, I should've given myself one too 😬 Happy Birthday love 😘 @elsapatakyconfidential #danceismylife #salsa4life," Hemsworth captioned the video.

Pataky also commemorated her big day on her own Instagram account. "Best birthday ever, with all the people I love, especially this one, always making me laugh!" she captioned a selfie of her and Hemsworth making kissy faces at the camera, noting via hashtag that the duo is in her home country of Spain to celebrate her birthday. In another post, Pataky, Hemsworth, and some friends appear to be visiting a winery, where the lovebirds expertly fill their glasses from fermentation tanks without spilling a single drop of wine. "Great team, not a drop spilled!! Got your back baby!!" Pataky wrote alongside the clip, which ends with her and Hemsworth sharing a giggle and clinking their glasses.

Hemsworth and Pataky have been married since December 2010 and share six-year-old daughter India Rose and four-year-old sons Tristan and Sasha. In the November 2017 issue of GQ Australia, Hemsworth spoke about how he and Pataky had to re-fall in love after starting a family together. "My wife and I fell in love, had kids, didn't really see each other for a few years, then fell back in love," he said, adding that he still had a few things to learn about upping his romance game. "I don't write [love letters], but maybe I should. There's no shortage of how much I tell her I love her. But I guess there's no detail in it, why or how."

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