We may have lost Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, but rest assured that Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky are still going strong despite what you may have been reading in those tabloids. With breakup rumors swirling around the Australian actor and the Spanish model, Hemsworth took to Instagram to set the record straight — in the most adorable of ways!
TBH, our hearts nearly skipped a beat when we set eyes on a recent Woman's Day Australia article that predicted Hemsworth and Pataky to be Hollywood's next big split. The too-cute photos of their little family on Instagram regularly give us life — how could they possibly be calling it quits?! "Sources say the pair could be the next celebrity couple to call time on their marriage," claimed the mag. "And with their relationship on the rocks, insiders say Chris and Elsa are almost living separate lives." Ummm, what?!
Thankfully, that also seemed to also be the reaction of the couple in question, who shot down the breakup rumors with a pair of precious photos, posted to social media.
Late on Sunday night, Hemsworth shared a sunny photo of himself and his sweetheart cruising along on a boat and looking out to sea. "Looking for a new wife according to @womansdayaus and other misleading outlets!" Hemsworth captioned the pic, calling out the mag directly. (Bold move, Hemsworth!) "Honey you still love me right?!" he wrote, tagging Pataky and adding thanksfortheheadsup for good measure. This morning, Pataky followed suit, posting a pic of her and hubby relaxing on a porch with their pup. "Always and forever!!" she captioned the sweet snapshot.
Phew! Who is else is relieved that these two cuties are still going strong? We have to say we were nervous there for second... After all, the pair did tie the knot just mere months after meeting back in 2010. "It did happen quick and it just felt right, just, it made sense," Hemsworth previously shared in an interview on Good Morning Britain. "There was no great plan to any of it to be honest, we were on holiday and we said, 'Why don't we get married too?' and then the next minute..."
But these two are definitely in it for the long haul. "Watching her be a mother made me fall even more in love with her," the Ghostbusters actor told The Who magazine. "Once we had kids we were like, 'We're in it, this is it.'"