On Thursday, Elsa Pataky flaunted her easy style while going shopping in Byron Bay. The 45-year-old Spanish actress wore a black T-shirt and light blue shorts Daisy Dukes that accented her slender pins. She is wedded to Thor actor Chris Hemsworth.
The sighting comes after rumors claimed the entryway to Elsa’s $30 million mansions was ‘flooded’ during the recent storms. Elsa finished off her casual ensemble with decorated white shoes, bold jewelry, a leather belt, and a ruffled tan shoulder bag.
She brought a water bottle and went natural for the solo stroll, allowing her natural beauty to shine through. Elsa wore her caramel locks in a loose braid over one shoulder. Over the last week, severe weather has wreaked devastation in northern New South Wales.
Last Monday, floodwaters overwhelmed Byron Bay for another time, with water levels in the town center reaching historic heights. Within a 24-hour cycle, the region received up to 400mm of rain, with flooding drowning whole residential areas and businesses.
Elsa and her three children, India, nine, and Tristan and Sasha, eight, were confined in their $30 million Byron Bay property the previous month after the front door was ‘flooded’ during a previous round of extreme weather.
‘She was alone with her three small children because her husband- Chris is now busy with his filming [Netflix film Extraction 2],’ a source informed The Daily Telegraph. ‘Stuck in her residence over several days without any phone reception,’ Elsa was claimed to be. She hailed those who helped protect lives in flood-stricken northern NSW last month.
The Fast and Furious actress honored the heroes on boats and jet skis who rushed out to save people in a series of photographs posted to Instagram during the flood crisis. The worst floods in history had devastated the Northern Rivers and beyond. People have waited on rooftops for hours to be rescued,’ she stated.
‘Thank you to anyone who can assist in the rescue of humans and animals stuck by floodwaters; you are true heroes. She shows her appreciation and respect towards every single person who is engaged in helping out people who are victims of the recent devastating floods in NSW.
On multiple times at occasions, she has reflected that she is grateful for all the heroes who are out there helping others out. ‘It’s incredible to see how everyone comes together in a tragedy to aid the community.’ Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected by the floods. ‘Be careful.