Elsa Pataky shows off her dainty Latin foot tattoo as goes barefoot in Byron Bay


Tatt’s cute! Elsa Pataky shows off her dainty Latin script tattoo as goes barefoot and makeup free during an outing in Byron Bay

Elsa Pataky must save a fortune on shoes as the Hollywood star was seen going barefoot once again during an outing in Byron Bay on Tuesday. 

The 46-year-old Spanish model, who is married to Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, showed off her dainty foot tattoo as she ran errands with her beloved pet pooch Sonny in the beachside town.

Her bare feet displayed Latin scripture on the outside of her foot which reads ‘quod quid sumus id esse voluimus’ and translates to ‘that what we are is what we wanted to be’.

Elsa Pataky must save a fortune on shoes as the Hollywood star was seen going barefoot once again during an outing in Byron Bay on Tuesday

Elsa went for her typical boho look during the outing, wearing a pair of pale blue ripped jeans and a white T-shirt layer with a floral kimono over the top. 

The star kept her blonde locks out and around her shoulders, styled in a natural beach wave.

She was later seen climbing into the boot of her vehicle while wearing a large backpack as her beloved pooch sat in a passenger seat. 

The 46-year-old Spanish model, who is married to Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, showed off her dainty foot tattoo as she ran errands with her beloved pet pooch in the beachside town

The 46-year-old Spanish model, who is married to Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, showed off her dainty foot tattoo as she ran errands with her beloved pet pooch in the beachside town

Elsa went for her typical boho look during the outing, wearing a pair of pale blue ripped jeans and a white T-shirt layer with a floral kimono over the top

Elsa went for her typical boho look during the outing, wearing a pair of pale blue ripped jeans and a white T-shirt layer with a floral kimono over the top

Elsa went for her typical boho look during the outing, wearing a pair of pale blue ripped jeans and a white T-shirt layer with a floral kimono over the top

Elsa flexed her muscles as she reached into the boot of her car

Elsa flexed her muscles as she reached into the boot of her car 

Elsa’s skin was glowing, perhaps from the use of her new skincare range Purely Byron, that launched in June.

The brand came under fire for its package appearing strikingly similiar to clean and sustainable skincare business Habitual Beauty, which launched in July 2021.

Fellow mums and bloggers Jessi and Millie shared a reel to their Instagram page on June 7 comparing Purely Byron’s six-product collection to Habitual Beauty’s lineup of five skin-targeting, science-backed products.

The star kept her blonde locks out and around her shoulders, styled in a natural beach wave

The star kept her blonde locks out and around her shoulders, styled in a natural beach wave 

She was later seen climbing into the boot of her vehicle while wearing a large backpack

She was later seen climbing into the boot of her vehicle while wearing a large backpack

‘I was just scrolling through the news when I noticed Chris Hemsworth’s wife Elsa has launched a new skincare brand inspired by Australia. And I thought hang on that looks kinds of familiar,’ the women said.

‘Where have I seen this before? For legal reasons I’m not insinuating they’ve copied this brand but this is a wild coincidence. Even the websites look similar.’

On Purely Byron’s website, which features a peachy pink and light brown colour palette, there is a Divine Ritual Balm – an overnight moisturiser – for $80, Divine Ritual Boost of Radiance brightening serum ($40), Divine Ritual Boost of Hydration ($40), Divine Ritual Boost of Rejuvenation ($40), Divine Ritual Boost of Balance ($40) and Clay Mask ($80).

The Hemsworth's beloved pooch Sonny sat in the passenger seat of the vehicle

The Hemsworth’s beloved pooch Sonny sat in the passenger seat of the vehicle

All of the products are currently available for pre-order alongside a cotton muslin cloth ($20) and a ‘face sculptor’ ($80).

‘Moving to Byron Bay in 2014 I felt an immediate connection to its natural beauty, community and spirit,’ Elsa has written on the website.

‘And it’s here I discovered the incredible range of natural botanicals grown in the Byron Shire. I thought it would be great to use these clinically-effective botanicals in a range of skincare (I am a huge fan of beautiful skincare!) made right here.

‘I also wanted to give back to the community that gave me inspiration, so it was essential that it was made locally, with sustainable practices, and a clear plan for supporting the Byron community.

‘I’m so excited to launch Purely Byron, a natural skincare range that captures the essence of Byron, celebrating its powerful native botanicals and serene calming spirit.’

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