Elsa Pataky opens up about her relationship with Chris Hemsworth: ‘It’s not perfect’

Unaware of rumors about her breakup with the actor
Chris Hemsworth, Elsa Pataky In a recent interview with the Australian ‘Sydney Morning Herald’ he has shown himself happier than ever in his professional and personal aspects. The 44-year-old actress is living her best moment and has revealed some of the keys that make it possible.

From the outset, he has denied that there is a crisis in his marriage: “Like all the rumors that some media are invented to sell arose. The photo they published was of a dinner that the entire Thor film crew had. In the photo they published, they roughly erased the other colleagues who were there to give false information, ”explained the interpreter.

The Madrilenian was asked about the secret of the success of their relationship: “You have to work hard in marriage; I don’t think all couples are perfect. It takes patience, understanding, a lot of conversation, getting to know the other person, knowing yourself and what you’re doing wrong. ”

And he adds that “there are little things that we don’t like about each other and that we get upset about, but behind all that there is a lot of love … Sometimes I get in a bad mood and I have a Spanish temperament and Chris always says: ‘Who is this girl?’ When I enter that space. He’s like, “Oh my God, Elsa.” There are things we don’t like about each other, but we don’t focus on them. We are not perfect ”, confesses the actress.

Elsa Pataky is preparing for a superhero role in the film Interceptor, of which Chris Hemsworth is a producer. And in this sense, he explains that his daily routine is very severe: “I have learned to eat healthily over the years and it is only part of who I am. I take a few days off the diet a week and make up for it by going to the gym or riding a horse. Nothing beats morning endorphins after exercising. You feel better and you know it’s worth it ”.

During the last few years, ELsa has been away from the big screen to care for her children, India Rose, 8, and twins Tristan and Sasha, 6. “There comes a point where you also want to work, not just be at home with the kids,” he explains.

However, she already feels prepared for her return: “I knew my time would come again. Doing what you love is important to your sanity as a mother. We should be very proud to be mothers, it is the most difficult job in the world ”, she declared.