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Cue Spontaneous Ovulation! Chris Hemsworth Takes His Baby Girl (& Wife) For a Walk (Photos)

I have really bad baby fever and the strangest things will set that ache off in my ovaries — the strong urge to procreate and the main culprit is of course, seeing babies.

There is something extra adorable about a dad carrying his baby girl. You can see the protective  nature in the way they cradle their little princess and it just makes the dad look even more desirable.

Chris Hemsworth was spotted walking in Los Angeles with his family — his wife Elsa Pataky and their little girl India.

Click through to see more pictures of the gorgeous family:


  • The Hemsworth Family 1 of 5
    The Hemsworth Family
    The perfect weather for the family to go out for a walk. I love that Chris always is spotted carrying his daughter.
  • Happy Family 2 of 5
    Happy Family
    Elsa is looking gorgeous in her happy yellow shirt.
  • Showing the Love 3 of 5
    Showing the Love
    I have a soft spot for celebrity couples who aren't afraid to be cute and lovey in public.
  • SWOON 4 of 5
    SWOON
    Hello! Big daddy arms and a cute little girl. Did you just hear my ovaries explode? They did.
  • Little India 5 of 5
    Little India
    Their daughter is so cute! No doubt she is going to be one of Hollywood's cutest kids.

Photo credits: PacificCoastNews.com

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