Since Elsa Pataky (46) met, almost by chance, a Chris Hemsworth (39) in 2009, after the Spanish diction teacher organized a blind date with the Australian, the couple has lived a love story typical of Hollywood, and at the level of Ryan Reynolds (46) and Blake Lively (35). There are many who want to know what the secret of this “continuous paradise” is. And it is that, although both have confessed that their relationship “is not a bed of roses” and that “marriages are built step by step”, theirs seems to have gone by leaps and bounds, and without brakes. So much so that only a year after meeting, the couple gave the Yes I want on a beach in Indonesia to the surprise of his thousands of followers and showbiz.
However, the idyllic romance has now been overshadowed by the actor’s state of health. About to celebrate 13 years of marriage, with three children in common -India Rose (10), Tristán and Sasha (8)-, and a life of luxury in a mansion facing the sea in Byron Bay, a coastal municipality in the state of New South Wales, in south east australiathe couple, turned into one of the most media and consolidated of the red carpet and the district of the city of Los Angeles, He faces his most delicate moment after just a few days ago, Hemsworth revealed worrying news about his state of health that set off all the alarms. The actor announced in mid-November that, after a medical study, they had found that he has a genetic predisposition to suffering from Alzheimer’s prematurely. Something that fell like a jug of cold water in the family and forced the protagonist of the saga Thor to get away from the big screen and take a break from acting. The Australian actor currently has two projects pending and already filmed: Tyler Rake 2 Y furiousthe prequel film of Mad Max: Fury Road.
According to Chris himself, his grandfather suffers from this disease and being himself a carrier of two copies of the AP034 gene, one from the mother and the other from the father, makes him have “between eight and ten more chances” of contracting Alzheimer’s, the disease that is characterized by the progressive deterioration of the mental conditions of the person who suffers from it. “Everything that is happening opened in me the desire to take some time off. Now, as soon as the Limitless tour is over later this week, I’ll be going home and having a fair amount of free time to simplify my life. I want to be with the kids, I want to be with my wife,” Hemsworth said in an interview for Vanity Fair.
But in the middle of that pause, the actor has received an Australian Film Academy Award, a special recognition for the professional achievements of his career last year. Thus, Chris reappeared on December 6 together with the Spanish actress and model at the awards ceremony given to him by his great friend and also his actor, russell crowe (58), with whom he starred Thor: Love and Thunder. “It is a great honor to accept the AACTA Trail blazer Award tonight from someone I have always admired and who has also paved the way for so many of us abroad,” the actor said onstage.
Next, the Marvel interpreter spoke about his recent diagnosis. “Do an episode about death and facing your own mortality It made me say, Oh God, I’m not ready to go yet. I want to sit and be in this space with a greater sense of stillness and gratitude,” she explained.
A few words for which Elsa Pataky was very moved from the first row of the stalls, accompanied by Chris’s parents, Craig and Leonie, who also attended the event. The woman from Madrid did not miss the opportunity to show her affection and affection to her husband, once again strengthening their relationship in public. After the ceremony, the couple posed in front of the cameras. For the occasion, Elsa chose a red dress with a sweetheart neckline and a side slit.