He been travelling overseas, attending the world-famous Indy 500 in Indianapolis over the weekend.
But Chris Hemsworth raced home to his family in Australia on Tuesday morning.
The Thor star was seen touching down at Sydney airport, no doubt en route to his Byron Bay base to see his wife Elsa Pataky and their three adorable children.
Honey, I’m home! Chris Hemsworth races back to wife Elsa Pataky and his three young children in Byron Bay after travelling the globe
The handsome star showed off his buff biceps in one of his signature white T-shirts, which he paired with jeans and trainers.
Attempting to fly under the radar, he covered his face with a baseball cap and sunglasses.
Proving he’s not an A-list diva, Chris pulled his own luggage through the terminal.
Chris set pulses racing as he attended the inaugural running of the Indy 500 on Sunday.
Fans flocked to catch a glimpse of the hunky Thor star as he toured the famous track in Indianapolis, before waving the green flag to start the race.
The strapping actor sizzled in the soaring heat, wearing an unbuttoned white linen shirt that showed off a hint of his famous muscles.
Ladies, start your engines! Chris set pulses racing as he attended the inaugural running of the Indy 500 on Sunday
Throughout the day, Chris had several meet and greets with fans and caught up with other famous faces.
The father-of-three was even spotted taking a selfie with controversial US Bachelor stars Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham.
Chris watched fellow Australian Will Power race to victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
An IndyCar series champion and four times runner-up, Power delivered a cool, calculated drive to reach Victory Lane and give owner Roger Penske his 17th Indy 500 success.
The first Australian to reach Victory Lane at Indy 500, Powers win capped a monumental day for Australian motorsport, with Daniel Ricciardo triumphing on the other side of the Atlantic at the Monaco Grand Prix.
‘Unbelievable to be the first Australian to win the 500; maybe they will recognise me down there now,’ Power said following the race. ‘I don’t think people know who I am down there.’
Power, who started on the front row, was on the charge after the final caution, coming home ahead of polesitter Ed Carpenter and 2008 winner Scott Dixon of New Zealand.
Lets get this party started! Chris waved the green flag to start the 102nd running of the race
New friends: The actor took a selfie with controversial Bachelor stars Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham on the day