Just when you thought you couldn't love Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky anymore than humanly possible, the Hollywood power couple have gifted the world with a hilarious new video of them salsa dancing.
On Wednesday, the Aussie actor and his Spanish model wife celebrated her 42nd birthday in style at what looked to be a country-side vineyard.
WATCH: Chris and Elsa show off their hilarious salsa moves in the player above!
And the parents of three couldn't resist in showing off their not-so-smooth moves with Chris Hemsworth posting a video of the pair getting their salsa on to Despacito.
In the clip, Chris proves his superhero-strength as he twirls Elsa Pataky around before dipping her backwards over and over as she tries to keep up with his fevered pace.
"Gave my wife a dance lesson for her birthday, I should've given myself one too Happy Birthday love 😘 @elsapatakyconfidential #danceismylife #salsa4life," Chris joked.
It looks like Chris' stint on Dancing With The Stars back in 2006 has proved futile!
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Meanwhile, Elsa shared her own behind-the-scenes clip from her birthday bash which showed Chris pouring a huge glass of wine from a vat.
"Great team, not a drop spilled!! Got your back baby!!" She penned.
The stunning star also thanked her hubby for making her birthday one of the best yet.
"Best birthday ever, with all the people I love, especially this one, always making me laugh!" Elsa beamed alongside a loved-up selfie with Chris.
Chris and Elsa – parents to India, six, and four-year-old twin boys Sasha and Tristan - tied the knot in 2010 and are based in Byron Bay in New South Wales.
Despite their seemingly picture-perfect life on Instagram, the couple have admitted to struggles in the past.
"I think any time you start a family without knowing each other that much, it can be complicated... He was very young to be starting a family, and at the same time he was juggling that with his career and it was sometimes difficult, there was so much going on," Elsa told Elle Australia in January.
"But he was always trying to be the best dad and has never failed to make me feel like his family is the most important thing to him and [going through that] is how we've become so strong together."