Clean Eating Chris Hemsworth enjoys high-calorie fairy floss ice cream alongside wife Elsa Pataky and reveals the sugary treat is four weeks of cheat meals in one
He follows a strict diet and workout regimen to maintain his incredibly muscular physique.
But Chris Hemsworth enjoyed a cheat day on Thursday while sightseeing in London with his gorgeous wife Elsa Pataky.
The Thor star tucked into a high-calorie chewing gum ice cream cone, complete with fairy floss and toppings as the couple visited the famous desert store, Hans and Gretel in Camden.
No regrets! Eating clean Chris Hemsworth enjoyed high-calorie ice cream with fairy floss alongside his wife Elsa Pataky as they headed to London on Thursday
Chris posted a photo of the couple enjoying the fairytale-inspired treat on his Instagram page.
He said the ice cream cone was equivalent to “four weeks worth of cheat meals in one”.
Chris and Elsa have been in Europe for several weeks while Chris films Extraction 2 and they recently celebrated Christmas in Austria with the family.
The couple, who wed in 2010, are parents to India, nine, and twins Tristan and Sasha, seven.
Where dreams come true! The couple visited the world famous desert store, Hans and Gretel in Camden
It comes after they recently suffered another setback in plans to build a second ‘Westfield-style’ mansion on a 35-hectare site in an exclusive part of Byron Bay.
Daily Mail Australia revealed in August that the Hemsworths want to build a new seven-bedroom home – each with its own en-suite bathroom – less than a mile from the $30million mega-mansion they call home.
The new dig is expected to cost the Hollywood power couple $4.4 million, but remains on hold for the time being.
Daily Mail Australia has been told approval for the new resort has been held up due to a lack of expertise within Byron Bay Council.
“The council has lost some of its staff lately and there is a huge backlog in processing development approvals,” a source told Daily Mail Australia.
“Not much is happening with that at the moment.”
The development has been plagued with problems since it was filed earlier this year, with experts saying the Hemsworths were “dreaming” if they hoped to arrive with their documented budget.
“The development approval stated the estimated cost to build the two homes was $4.4 million. I don’t think that would put Christmas dinner on the Hemsworths’ table,’ a construction industry expert told Daily Mail Australia in August.
“The figure will be much more.”
Chris bought the land – about a mile from his existing Byron Bay mansion – for $4.25million in 2019.
A blowout is unlikely to shake the coffers of the Thor star and his wife, who have a combined net worth of around $200 million.
Development plans were first tabled in March, and a final draft was submitted to Byron Bay Council in July.