Couple goals! Chris Hemsworth’s wife Elsa Pataky can’t stop smiling as they enjoy a cute lunch date in Byron Bay
They’re Byron Bay’s most famous residents.
And Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky looked loved-up on Sunday as they enjoyed a lunch date at the town’s popular Roadhouse café.
Spanish actress Elsa, 44, was positively glowing as she stepped out for a bite to eat.
Date day: Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky enjoyed a cute lunch date on Sunday at Byron Bay’s popular Roadhouse café
She smiled as she walked ahead of her Thor star husband, showing off her slim figure in a yellow jumper, flared jeans and sneakers.
Elsa applied minimal makeup to her naturally beautiful visage, and swept her brunette locks into a messy bun.
She accessorised her look with a pair of sunglasses and some gold bangles.
Meanwhile, Chris, 37, kept things casual in a blue hoodie and a beige baseball cap.
Beaming: Spanish actress Elsa, 44, was positively glowing as she stepped out for a bite to eat
Grinning: She smiled as she walked ahead of her Thor star husband, showing off her slim figure in a yellow jumper and flared jeans
Natural beauty: Elsa wore minimal make-up on her naturally stunning visage, and tied her brunette locks into a casual bun
The Marvel actor only jetted into Byron Bay on Saturday after filming the upcoming Mad Max sequel, Furiosa, in Sydney.
Directed by George Miller and produced by Doug Mitchell, Furiosa will be the largest movie ever filmed in Australia, adding 850 local jobs and injecting at least $350million into the local economy.
The film is slated for release in 2023, and will star Anya Taylor-Joy in the title role.
Chris and Elsa moved to Byron with their children, daughter India Rose, eight, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, seven, in 2014.
Casual chic: Meanwhile Chris, 37, looked comfortable in a hoodie and a beige baseball cap
They live in the suburb of Broken Head, a 20-minute drive from central Byron, in a mega-mansion estimated to be worth $30million.
They spent years renovating their home, which sits on 4.2 hectares of land, with the help of Sydney-based MCK Architects – but the development faced some resistance from locals, who compared it to a multi-storey car park or shopping centre.
The property features a 50-metre infinity pool, a large Indigenous mural, two bars and a gym complex including steam, sauna and massage rooms.
Home: Chris had only just flew back to Byron on Saturday after filming in Sydney for the upcoming Mad Max sequel, Furiosa