"Currently we’re the only two members, and that’s how we’ll keep it for now," the actor joked on Instagram
Chris Hemsworth is blazing new trails with his daughter!
The Thor star, 40, has been spending some quality time with 11-year-old India Rose in Iceland, and the pair’s latest adventure is one for the books.
On Saturday, Hemsworth shared a video on Instagram of him and India riding an ATV together and taking in the stunning Icelandic scenery.
“Day 3 in Iceland, started a bikey gang with my daughter,” the actor joked in the caption. “Currently we’re the only two members, and that’s how we’ll keep it for now 👊🏍️.”
Hemsworth also shared a few snapshots of the father-daughter duo on the four-wheeler. In one, India smiled as her dad gave the camera a thumbs up.
In another, the tween took the back seat as the actor drove them around in front of a mountain.
Earlier in the day, the Extraction actor shared another glimpse into the Icelandic getaway, which consisted of the pair riding ponies together through roads, fields and even water.
“Day two of our Icelandic adventures 🐎 🐴,” he captioned the post.
In the comments section, the actor’s older brother, Luke, teased him about his proportions compared to his riding companion, writing, “They couldn’t find you a horse to fit?😂.”
On Friday, the Avengers actor shared a post dedicated to the pair’s first day in Iceland, which he captioned, “A little Icelandic adventure with my girl ❤️ 🧊.”
In the photos, Hemsworth and India climbed glaciers, walked across geological formations and stood on a black sand beach together.
In one shot, the actor held a pickaxe high in the air with one arm, while his other arm was wrapped around his daughter.
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In the Marvel star’s 2022 film Thor: Love and Thunder, India made a special cameo.
"That was originally supposed to be just a super-quick little moment in the film, and then the character expanded due to the story changing," Hemsworth told Entertainment Tonight of India’s appearance. "I said, 'Oh, do you want to do some dialogue in the film?' And she's like, 'Yeah, cool!'”
And while India "was a pro” and “loved” the experience, the actor insisted that she should have a normal upbringing.
"But I want her to have a childhood, and I think so does she,” he told the outlet.
"I said, 'There's plenty of time, sweetie. Go to school, horse ride, have fun, be a kid,'” he continued. “Because once the train moves, it's pretty hard to get off, and you miss a lot of things."
“My kids love it, my kids love it,” Hemsworth told PEOPLE of the film at its premiere. "My kids were there on set a lot to see this stuff. And they wanted to jump in front of the camera and participate."
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