The Hemsworth kids' lunch boxes might be giving us serious food envy – but mum, Elsa Pataky says she's in need of inspiration. And haven't we all been there.
Pataky, mother of India Rose, 4, and 2-year-old twins Sasha and Tristan, uploaded a photo to Instagram, along with the caption, "I'm running out of ideas for the kids' lunch box! #help."
The lunch boxes feature an array of healthy – and delicious – snacks including: kiwi fruit, strawberries, peanut butter, cherries, pasta and tiny sandwiches.
Elsa, we're taking inspiration from you.
The mother-of-three also shared an adorable picture of two-year-old Tristan with dad Chris. "Making sure papa gets his morning coffee!" #myboys she wrote, of the sweet moment.
Earlier this week, Chris and Thor: Ragnarok co-star, Tom Hiddleston took time out from filming to visit the kids and families at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital in Brisbane.
Juiced TV, a TV show made by Children at the hospital, interviewed the special guests, asking them what it was like being a superhero and supervillain.
After a huge day of filming in Brisbane for #ThorRagnarok, @chrishemsworth and @twhiddleston continued to work their magic, starring on #JuicedTV and visiting over 80 of our hospital kids and their families, giving them a huge reason to smile. Thank you to the @childrensorgau for making this moment possible! #madebythekidsforthekids #madepossiblebyCHF #ladycilentochildrenshospital #thorragnarok
SURPRISE!! We got the exclusive scoop when our superheroes met their superheroes! Massive thanks to the wonderful @chrishemsworth and @twhiddleston who took time out from their busy filming schedule to meet our special kids and families. And thank you to the @childrensorgau for making this huge surprise possible! #JuicedTV #MadeByTheKidsForTheKids #MadePossibleByCHF #LadyCilentoChildrensHospital #ThorRagnarok
In a post to Instagram, Hemsworth noted that the kids he met at the children's hospital are the "real superheroes of the world."
"A huge shout out to all the brave kids who are an inspiration to all of us," he wrote.