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We’re Pleased To Inform You The Hemsworth Twins Have Legendary Names And Adorable Wittle Feet

Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth at London premiere of Rush September 2013I know it can be hard to keep up with celebrity baby news these days, since at this point the list of pregnancies includes pretty much everyone, so allow me to remind you that Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky welcomed twin sons into the world last week. We didn’t know much about them at the time, but we could bet our bottom dollar (and even our top and middle dollar) that they were beautiful angels. All you have to do is look at their parents to know that. But thankfully now we have photographic evidence that they’re beautiful — or at least their feet are. And they also have names! Rejoice!

Elsa shared an Instagram photo yesterday of her babies’ wrinkly newborn feet. It seems to be a popular body part for privacy-seeking celebrity parents to share, as we saw over the weekend with Adele. When the feet look as majestic and ethereal as these babies’ do, I don’t think anybody’s complaining. Elsa captioned the photo in Spanish, and E! News reports that it translates to “They are already home. Tristan and Sasha arrived in this world 18 March just after the full moon. Complete happiness!!”

Tristan and Sasha! Are those not the most legendary names you’ve ever heard? Totally appropriate for the sons of a godly superhero. And their older sister is named India Rose. And they arrived just after a full moon?! If these three don’t grow up to form some kind of traveling folk band/magic act with tambourines and flower crowns, I’m going to be very disappointed.

Let’s just hope Tristan and Sasha don’t feel too much pressure to live up to their father and uncle’s fame. And let’s also hope if they do feel pressure, it doesn’t lead one of them into an on-and-off relationship with whoever the 20-years-from-now equivalent to Miley Cyrus is. Probably by that point all pop music will just be performed by robots, so who knows what could happen. But either way, congratulations to Chris and Elsa.

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  • Lindsey Conklin

    oooh I bet they are adorable. although, to me the names are a little feminine

    • Romylove

      I don’t see Tristan as feminine, and Sasha, while typically a girl’s name in the US, is Alexander in Russian.

      Misha is also generally feminine in the US, but (again with the Russian) is actually Michael.

  • Romylove

    When you said legendary, I had my hopes up for “Thor & Loki.”