Jaws dropped when Elsa Pataky stepped out on the red carpet on Wednesday for the premiere of Furious 7, the seventh instalment of the Fast and Furious film series. The 38-year-old, who is married to actor Chris Hemsworth, dazzled in a little black dress as she showed off her enviably toned figure a year after giving birth to the couple's twin boys.
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Elsa Pataky wowed in a dazzling Elie Saab dress at the Furious 7 premiere
The chic gown features show-stopping sequinned embellishment and a belted waist, from red carpet king Elie Saab's spring 2015 collection. The Spanish beauty accessorised with a pair of black patent stilettos and completed the look with stacks of rings and bracelets.
Elsa complemented her glamorous outfit with a laidback chic make-up look. She rocked a touch of black eyeliner and mascara teamed with a slick of pale pink lipstick, and wore her blonde layered bob styled into tousled waves.
While the striking model headed back to Los Angeles for the premiere, she and Chris moved away from the bustling city to head back to Chris' native Australia. It seems that the blonde beauty couldn't be happier with her new relaxed way of life which sees her often spending quality time with her family on the beach.
Elsa married actor Chris Hemsworth in 2010
Since late last year, their home has been Byron Bay, which the Snakes on a Plane actress describes as 'a town with a very special energy' which is 'full of artists and very creative people, and very hippie'.
Elsa has been working hard to stay in shape, alongside spending quality time with her three children. She often gives fans a glimpse of her fitness regime which includes everything from kickboxing to yoga, sharing photos on social media.
She recently revealed that even the couple's adorable daughter India Rose had also taken to yoga, with the sweet little toddler attempting to copy her father as he did poses on the beach. "Like father like daughter," Elsa captioned a photo of the pair on Instagram. "Make a space in your life for the little moments that count the most." "The engines of my life," she added.