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Chris Hemsworth: 'I love to dance to Frozen'

Published 09/12/2015

Chris Hemsworth
Chris Hemsworth

Chris Hemsworth's daughter isn't into Disney princesses, but enjoys singing along to Frozen with her dad.

Actor Chris Hemsworth enjoys dancing round his living room to the Frozen soundtrack.

The Australian is best known for playing superhero Thor in the Marvel films, but in real life, he has a much softer side, especially when it comes to his three children.

Eldest daughter India Rose, three, enjoys watching Disney movies and Chris admits they dance around together to the songs from Frozen.

"(The last time was) in the living room,” he told People magazine. “I just got caught up in the moment, that might have (actually) even been on my own, but I think she was in there.”

Little girls all over the world are obsessed with the characters Anna and Elsa, voiced by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, but India Rose is much more interested in other aspects of the movie, according to dad.

"She’s actually more into the warrior side of things," he explained. "She loves the movie and the songs for obvious reasons, but she’s not really into princesses. She’s more interested in the big snow monster that chases them out of the castle."

The In the Heart of the Sea star has spoken in the past about India's sense of adventure and how the toddler is particularly obsessed with his hammer-wielding alter-ego, Thor.

“Once, India’s friend had on a Spider-Man costume, so she put on a Thor costume,” he told America’s Glamour magazine. “Of course she wouldn’t take it off. Thankfully, there weren’t any paparazzi - you can imagine the headline: ‘Forces Child to Wear Thor Costume.’”

Chris also has 21-month-old twin boys Sasha and Tristan with wife Elsa Pataky.

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