A recent photo posted on Instagram has Chris Hemsworth fans itching to get crafty – and perhaps wishing they could pop over to Chez Thor for some pointers.
Crafternoon with Chris
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky are parents to six-year-old India, and four-year-old twins, Tristan and Sasha. It was a little bit of crafternooning with India that piqued the interest of Instagram.
It kicked off when Elsa posted a photo of Chris getting to work with some paper and scissors. He was snipping up a storm to create a lovely animal-shaped cut-out for his little girl.
“When your daughter asks you for a horsey,” Elsa explained in the caption. The photo depicted her shirtless hubby sitting cross-legged on the floor.
It’s hard to know if people liked the horsey or the crafty skills or the shirtless bit of the picture more. Perhaps it was a combination of all three?
“Oh my ovaries!”
Regardless, fans were delighted by this turn of events and many felt it was further proof of Chris’ superhero status. Because cutting-out CAN be pretty challenging, right?
“So it’s true,” one follower posted. “There is absolutely nothing you can’t do!! Good work papa!!”
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“My dad sucks,” someone else commented emotionally, coming to terms with the lack of papa-crafted horsies in their own childhood, perhaps?
Others were less emo and much, much more excited …
“THIS PICTURE IS GOLDEN,” one follower shouted. “I WANT A HORSEY!” #UsToo
Someone else could barely form words. “Oh my ovaries!” was all they managed and honestly we’re not really convinced it’s her ovaries that are at play here … but you do you, lady.
Here’s a little more of Chris hanging out with his kids, in case you’re keen for further updates. #Swoon
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