Chris Hemsworth's wife Elsa Pataky escapes flood through auto window

Brenda Watkins
July 30, 2020

Elsa discovered herself actually stuck in the rain after trying to drive throughout a flooded highway near her house in Byron Bay, Australia Ugh, how disgusting!

Pataky recorded the whole experience on her Instagram Story while telling fans through her idea procedure, detailed.

The Spanish beauty who married Marvel actor Chris Hemsworth got stuck in her vehicle during a downpour. She also shared the rising level of water, saying, "A bit too optimistic?"

In a meeting about the Kyle and Jackie O Show, Hemsworth reported that Pataky desired to take his own title but it could have caused difficulties along with her passport. "I was so sure I could cross!" she captioned it, adding, "What two days of rain can do!"

Then, Pataky showed her triumphant escape, climbing out of the window and wading through the water towards two of her children, who were standing on an area of the road that was not yet flooded.

Fans questioned why Elsa had chose to upload videos to Instagram of herself in the vehicle, rather than focus on the fraught situation at hand.

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"My only option, through the window".

Chris Hemsworth's wife and Spanish actress Elsa Pataky recently faced the wrath of mother nature.

A day earlier, Elsa sparked controversy when she documented an ill-fated road trip with her children and friend Luke Zocchi, who is her husband's longtime personal trainer.

Pataky and Hemsworth have lived in Byron Bay since 2015, one year after reportedly buying a $7 million property on the coastal town.

"I believe she really wanted to get it done".

"What would I do without you guys", Pataky said to her rescuers. Someone else claimed, "I think I have ran deeper baths". "I love nature and I love to be outside, and I wanted my kids to have that freedom, so we made a decision to leave".

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