Chris Hemsworth may be on the brink of international superstardom with roles in "The Avengers" and "Snow White and the Huntsman," but he's got an even bigger, more exciting project lined up now: the role of a proud, first-time dad.
Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky welcomed their first child together in London Friday, a baby girl named India, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
Hemsworth, 28, first met Spanish actress Pataky in 2010; the pair tied the knot just three months after going public as a couple that December.
Following her pregnancy announcement in January the "delighted and excited" "Fast Five" star opened up to Hola! about feeling blessed to be able to share her life with someone like Hemsworth.
"Having the person that you love by your side, and starting a family with them, is the best thing that can happen to you in this life," Pataky, 35, shared. "You can't ask for more."
In April, the expectant Pataky accompanied her husband on the red carpet at "The Avengers" U.K. premiere, where the then papa-to-be sweetly rubbed his wife's baby bump.
"She's so proud of Chris and he's proud of her," a source told Us of the duo. "They are an adorable family already!"
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Chris Hemsworth's Wife Elsa Pataky Gives Birth to Daughter India!