Chris Hemsworth shares rare family photo

And Liam's girlfriend is well and truly part of the clan.
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The Hemsworths are arguably the most famous family in Australia, but it’s not often that we all see them together at the same time. That is, until Chris shared a photo in honour of eldest brother Luke’s 40th birthday.

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The Thor star shared a series of snaps to celebrate Luke’s milestone day that featured the entire Hemsworth family.

Along with Luke, Chris and youngest brother Liam, the Hemsworth parents Craig and Leonie also posed for the camera, as did Luke’s wife, Samantha Hemsworth, Chris’ wife, Elsa Pataky and Liam’s girlfriend, Gabriella Brooks – the latter of whom appears to be well and truly part of the family.

All eight were dressed to impressed in 1920s/1930s themed outfits – whilst the men donned suits of the era with Liam and Craig also donning flat caps, the women wore flapper-style dresses. 

“Happy 40th birthday @hemsworthluke you big legend !!” he captioned the trio of photos.

It’s a Hemsworth bonanza! (Credit: Instagram)

In the second photo, Chris also shared a snap of the core family of five with birthday boy Luke in the centre.

Whilst Luke poses with a serious expression on his face, the rest smile for the camera with their arms around one another.

The final photo is a candid shot of Luke sitting at a table in what appears to be one of the family’s Byron Bay homes.

From L-R: Liam, Craig, Luke, Leonie and Chris Hemsworth. (Credit: Instagram)

Naturally, fans couldn’t help but remark how good-looking the family is.

“Dude .. their parents won the genetic lottery,” one remarked.

“Why are all the Hemsworths sooooo fineeeee,” lamented another.

“We love a beautiful family,” stated a third.

The family recently spent some time together on Lord Howe Island. (Credit: Instagram)

Last month, the Hemsworths spent some time away together on Lord Howe Island east of Port Macquarie.

“2020 has been incredibly hard for communities who depend on tourism. Obviously not everyone is able to travel at the moment but once it’s safe to do so let’s support our fellow Aussies by taking a holiday at home in @Australia,” Chris captioned a series of photos of himself and his family on his Instagram account.

“@visitlordhoweisland is one of the most sustainable destinations in the world with only a few hundred visitors allowed at any one time. This paradise is home to one of the most unique ecosystems in the world, but like many small communities, it relies on tourism. Thanks to @islandhouse.lhi for the hospitality.”

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