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Some people support their other halves to no end, sometimes it's way too over the top and others it's just enough to make you feel guilty for sloping off to the pub rather than spending time with your significant other.
The unbelievable commitment is exactly what happened with Chris Hemsworth's wife, Elsa Pataky, who had her husband's famed Marvel character, Thor, inked on her bicep at the age of 15. What a tale to tell the grandkids.
Elsa married her Hollywood superstar husband in 2010, years after having a tribute to his Marvel character tattooed on her body.
The MailOnline reported that the 41-year-old, who tied the knot when she was 34 and Chris was 27, described how 'shocking things in life' are in an interview with Vogue Australia's June 2018 issue.
We couldn't agree more. We're not sure whether we'd find it brilliant or creepy as hell. Clearly Chris wasn't too put off by it anyway. Luckily for Elsa.
The Spanish-born actress showed off her bicep tattoo that features a symbol inspired by Thor, a god in Norse mythology.
She explained how she got the design when she was 15, decades before her now-husband became famous for playing the God of Thunder in the Marvel universe.
She said: "Yes, it's about Thor and I ended up marrying who plays Thor.
"It is shocking how things in life [turn out]. I just liked that [symbol] and the legend he had was so beautiful and I wanted to keep it."
Elsa was in a relationship with another Hollywood star, Adrien Brody, for a number of years prior to their break-up in 2009. We bet he was pretty jealous.
She met Chris in early 2010 through their mutual representatives and the lovebirds married over the Christmas holidays at the end of that year.
The pair are parents to daughter India Rose, five, and twin sons Sasha and Tristan, four.
In an interview with GQ last year, Chris acknowledged his busy film career had put some strain on their marriage.
He said: "In terms of work, she's certainly given up more than I have. She'd like me to step back and be at home with the kids more, and of course, I want that too.
"I feel like I'm at this crucial point in my career - I've just got to set up for longevity or I'll slip off."
We can't help but love this. Way to go you guys.
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