Australia’s favourite superstar couple Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky touched down in Sydney on Sunday after taking a private jet from their Byron Bay home.
The pair, who share three children, are both filming separate, new movies in the NSW capital.
Hemsworth, 37, will star in the latest Thor flick Thor: Love and Thunder, with filming kicking off at Fox Studios in the inner city on January 26.
Pataky, 44, will also head to beachside Maroubra for a film adaptation of the opera Carmen.
While it’s not known what role Pataky will play in her film, shooting already kicked off in the NSW rural town of Breadalbane, with the mum-of-three seen shooting earlier scenes on Maroubra Beach on January 19.
The couple will continue flying between Sydney and Byron Bay, where children India Rose, eight, and twins Sasha and Tristan, six, remain.
The couple were seen disembarking over the weekend, with Hemsworth donning a casual pair of shorts and a singlet, while his wife sported pink shorts and a khaki top.
They were accompanied by a small group, including Hemsworth’s personal trainer and friend Luke Zocchi.
The famous pair are usually based in their $30 million Broken Head mansion, and other high-profile Byron Bay neighbours include Tim Cahill and Gemma Ward.