Chris Hemsworth is a family man through and through.
The handsome 32-year-old actor opens up about his three kids with wife Elsa Pataky -- 3-year-old India Rose, and 1-year-old twins Tristan and Sasha -- in a new interview with Australia's Daily Life. Although he admits parenting is difficult at time, he obviously wouldn't trade it for anything.
"The biggest thing I've learnt having kids, is that now I know what love is, I know what frustration is," he says. "I know the full gamut of emotions, good and bad. I feel I had just scratched the surface prior."
Though that's not to say they're not a handful.
"Each time you add one it feels like three more," he laughs. "It feels like I have six. They're non-stop, active kids."
The Thor star also has a close relationship with his brothers, 34-year-old Luke, and 25-year-old Liam. He says he actually fell into acting after Luke got a role on the Australian soap, Neighbors. Hemsworth got his own start on the soap opera Home and Away.
"We thought, that looks like a hell of a lot more fun than working on a building site, which is what I was doing around the time I was finishing school," Hemsworth recalls. "It just looked like fun."
"They are the best support I have, and hopefully vice versa," he says about their brotherly bond.
Hemsworth gushed about his wife earlier this month, and how motherhood gave him a greater appreciation for the 39-year-old Furious 7 actress.
"Watching her be a mother made me fall even more in love with her," he told The Who magazine. "Once we had kids we were like, 'We're in it, this is it.'"