Aussie actor Chris Hemsworth appears to be enjoying life as coronavirus restrictions begin to lift.
The Thor star, 36, was pictured leaving a long lunch in Byron Bay with his wife Elsa Pataky, where he was snapped laughing, throwing a Shaka and doing a happy dance.
The couple, who have been married for 10 years and have three kids together, dined at Harvest Restaurant in their home town in northern NSW yesterday.
The Hollywood heavyweight was seen lifting his shirt and rubbing his stomach, and then started busting a move as his model wife watched on and laughed.
The restaurant, which is perched in the hinterland in Newrybar, dishes up “fresh food sourced from local artisan producers and the restaurant’s own gardens,” according to its website.
Considering it’s on a quiet street, the restaurant has proved to be somewhat of a celebrity hotspot, with Australian actress Margot Robbie also dining there during her wedding celebrations in 2016.
Hemsworth told news.com.au in April he was preparing to dive into the next Thor movie once coronavirus restrictions were completely lifted, but was for now enjoying time at home.
“At some point with the next Thor movie, Thor: Love And Thunder, we’re writing now and in the middle of prepping everything.
“It’s been put on hold, as you can imagine, but that will be what I’m gonna dive straight into.
“But it’s kind of nice to be home at the moment and not be travelling all over the globe and be with the family a bit more.”
Fans were lucky enough to recently get a rare glimpse inside his Byron Bay mega-mansion where he is isolating, which is worth an eye-watering $20 million.
After years of construction, the home neared completion before Christmas. It features six bedrooms, a gym, steam room, media room, games room, and vast outdoor living and play areas. Hundreds of solar panels have also been incorporated into the design to power the home.
Originally published as Hemsy spotted happy dancing in street