Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth may seem like a picture-perfect couple; they're pretty much known for being beautiful and talented, with careers in huge Hollywood films like Thor and Fast and Furious, plus both of them are becoming big successes on the fitness scene with his workout app Centr (which Pataky features on). So, it's frankly delightful news that as the pair approach their 10th anniversary, Elsa has opened up about their relationship, saying it's far from perfect.
Pataky and Hemsworth met in early 2010 after being introduced by agent William Ward. By that September they went public with the relationship and by December the pair were married, in a ceremony in Australia over Christmas weekend.
In an interview with Australian fitness and health magazine Body + Soul, Pataky spoke about the couple's upcoming 10th anniversary, saying that getting to that point has taken effort from both of them.
"It’s funny that people think of us as a perfect couple," she told the publication. "No way; it’s been ups and downs, and we still keep working at the relationship.
"I think a relationship is constant work," she added. "It’s not easy." But that's not to say it's been nothing but effort, and Pataky says that after 10 years the relationship is only stronger, telling the title, "I always try to see the positives of things."
Finding out they're imperfect only makes them more perfect... somehow.
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