Chris Hemsworth Goes on 'Little Icelandic Adventure' with Daughter India — See the Epic Photos!

The 'Thor' actor shares his three kids — daughter India and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, 9 — with wife Elsa Pataky



Chris Hemsworth is spending some quality time with his only daughter.

On Thursday, the Thor actor, 40, posted a series of photos to his Instagram from his scenic trip to Iceland with his 11-year-old daughter India Rose.

In the photos, Hemsworth and India climb glaciers, walk across geological formations and stand on a black sand beach as they take in all Iceland has to offer.

"A little Icelandic adventure with my girl ❤️ 🧊," Hemsworth wrote in his caption.

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Hemsworth shares his three kids — daughter India and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, 9 — with wife Elsa Pataky, 47.

In Hemsworth's 2022 film Thor: Love & Thunder, India made a special appearance as the character of Love.

"It's really cool. They really wanted to be in it," Hemsworth told entertainment reporter Kevin McCarthy about his kids' roles in the film. "It felt like a one-off fun family experience. I don't want them to now go and be child stars and actors. It was just a special experience we all had."

Aside from actually being in the movie, India is also very proud that Thor is played by her dad. Earlier this month, Hemsworth shared a clip of his daughter sweetly watching one of his Marvel films on an airplane.

“I swear it was her choice #familyloyalty,” he captioned the video on Instagram.

Although she had a role in the most recent Thor movie, Hemsworth doesn't want to push his daughter into the spotlight anytime soon.

"That was originally supposed to be just a super-quick little moment in the film, and then the character expanded due to the story changing," Hemsworth recently told Entertainment Tonight. "I said, 'Oh, do you want to do some dialog in the film?' And she's like, 'Yeah, cool!'"

And while India "was a pro and loved it," the actor insisted, "But I want her to have a childhood, and I think so does she."

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