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Chris Hemsworth shares sweet snapshot of son in protective brother mode

by Emmy Griffiths

Chris Hemsworth has shared an adorable snap of his twin sons Tristan and Sasha holding hands while exploring Byron Bay in Australia together. The Thor star captioned the photo: "My son said to his brother, 'Tristan hold my hand so you don't get eaten by a crocodile' #mykids #littlelegends @australia #byronbay." Fans of the actor were quick to praise Sasha's protectiveness over his brother, with one writing: "This is one of the best captions I've seen in a while!" while another added: "Awww such sweet lil Thor Jr's."

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Chris's wife Elsa Pataky also shared a snap of the boys, who turn three this month, having fun on holiday together, and wrote: "We are in paradise! #lovethisplace #happykids #bestbathever." The couple, who also shared four-year-old daughter India Rose, regularly post snaps of their adorable children on social media. Chris recently shared a photo of the three siblings sat watching their dad on TV at the Golden Globes while accompanied by a Thor action figure. He proudly captioned the shot: "My little fan club cheering me on." In another photo, it appears that little Tristan and Sasha want to be a superhero just like their dad as they chase him through the house while wearing Captain American and Spiderman capes. Elsa captioned the snap: "Superhero camp!"

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The proud dad has previously opened up about how his children react to him being an actor. "It's weird – my daughter can see Thor and go 'that's dad', or papa or whatever she chooses to call me," he told The Today Show. "But I don't know if she comprehends what it is – have I disappeared into the box or what? My daughter, I'll be running lines and she'll be like 'why are you talking to yourself?' and trying to explain that to a three-year-old is impossible."

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