Chris Hemsworth returns to childhood home


Chris Hemsworth visits his childhood home in Australia’s Northern Territory, after 35 years.Chris Hemsworth recently had a heartwarming trip back to his childhood home. The 40-year-old actor visited Gulin Gulin, a remote community in Australia’s Northern Territory where he lived as a child.  He shared photos of the experience on Instagram.

In the photos, Hemsworth poses with members of the community, many of whom are wearing red.  The “Thor: Love and Thunder” star stands out in casual gray and black attire.  His post included a nostalgic throwback photo, likely showing him as a young boy with other children. Residentseven created a special  “Welcome Home” banner decorated with symbols and heartfelt messages.

“When I was younger my family and I lived in a remote community in the Northern Territory. Some of my earliest and happiest memories are from that time,” Hemsworth wrote in the caption. “Now, 35 years later I’ve been lucky enough to take a trip back there. I couldn’t be more grateful to the people of Gulin Gulin for welcoming us with such warmth and kindness. Much love and appreciation ❤️.”

Hemsworth’s visit to his childhood home comes shortly after sharing a playful video of one of his twin sons riding a mini-bike. “The little bloke has gone mad 😂🏍️,” he captioned the clip.

The actor and his wife, Elsa Pataky, have three children: 10-year-old twins Sasha and Tristan, and 13-year-old daughter India Rose.

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