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Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth leave newborn twins at home for outing with daughter

10 April 2014
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Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth left their newborn twin sons at home on Wednesday to take a break in Malibu with daughter India Rose and fellow thespian Owen Wilson.

The couple welcomed Sasha and Tristan to the world in March but the little one were nowhere to be seen as they stepped out for a snack in the sunshine.

chris hemsworth and elsa Pataky© Photo: Rex

Chris Hemsworth, Elsa Pataky and India Rose

Along the way the couple bumped into The Internship actor Owen, as well as another friend. All were enjoying the warm weather as they donned shorts, and T-shirts for the short journey in the beach town.

It seems Elsa has easily bounced back into shape as she wore white bottoms and a stripy red and white top. Meanwhile her husband was comfortable in an orange shirt and like Owen covered his head with a cap.

The Thor actor carried their little around while Fast and the Furious actress Elsa rested her arms as she is often seen toting her eldest around the Los Angeles area during the daytimes. Recently she has been sharing snaps of her time as a mother-of-three on Instagram but so far has not shown any more of her babies than their tiny feet.

Elsa posted teasers of snaps from her Glamour magazine blog, showing off her children’s crib, baby products and swaddles.

“Regarding clothes, I try to buy them all 100% organic cotton , wash it well with all ecological detergents that do not have any chemical additives, because, you know, there's nothing more delicate than the skin of a baby,” she writes. “The other advice, which they also gave me when I had to India, is the practice skin to skin, whenever you can, from the first moment they are born.“I demanded that I put in my body to India at birth and she did not cry for 10 seconds.”

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