Contrary to popular belief, Chris Hemsworth isn't perfect, says Elsa Pataky

To the world, he's the "Sexiest Man Alive", but to his wife Elsa Pataky, Chris Hemsworth can be a little bit annoying at times.

"Nobody is perfect, but you have to accept people the way they are," she told The Goss at her ambassador role unveiling for Botanicals Fresh Care at Sydney's Centennial Homestead this week.

"There's lots of things that I love about him and there are some things that I don't," she laughed.

"It's the same with him [about me]. We have our things that bother each other, but most of the things we love about each other, so that is why we are together."

The Madrid-born actor, 40, said life is "busy" but blissful with the Melbourne-born, Thor star, 33, their daughter, India, 4, and twin boys, Tristan and Sasha, 3, roaming around barefoot and riding their horses on their $7 million Byron Bay farm.

And while she "loves" being a mother, there's no plans to add any more mini-Hemsworths to the brood.

"I think we have enough, they are a lot of work," she laughed again.

When the pair met, they promised that they would never make the other live in their respective countries, "because it's so far from our families", she explained. "But actually he convinced me because this country is so special. You feel like you're on holidays.

"My friends from Spain say to me, 'but you have snakes outside of your bedroom' and I'm like, 'yes, I love it!'"

Despite Hollywood calling, they plan on staying in Byron Bay to raise their children because of the privacy it provides.

"It's a small town so you become local. There is nothing special about seeing us around. We know everybody there and they treat us like another person. We don't have that attention on us or our kids," The Fast and the Furious star said.

"It's also easy for me to make friends with all of the local mums."

After writing her second Spanish book on fitness, she hopes to find more work Down Under, so she wouldn't have to travel so much.

"I don't mind if it's in movies or TV," she said, but ruled out Home And Away, where Hemsworth made his small screen debut in 2004 playing Kim Hyde.

"That would be a little bit strange," she laughed.

Pataky said she wanted to work with Botanicals Fresh Care because, "it's natural and in line with my values on the environment".

"Also, the children love the smells??? One of the twins - he is very feminine - I wash him in it and he smells great. He's got amazing, long hair and I'm not going to cut it, so I've been using the products on him and he loves it. He loves to [sniff] himself."

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