Chris Hemsworth Shares Clip of Daughter India Watching Him as Thor on a Plane: ‘Swear it Was Her Choice’

India is seen watching her father in one of his movies from the MCU during a recent trip

<p>Chris Hemsworth/Instagram</p> Chris Hemsworth and Daughter India

Chris Hemsworth/Instagram

Chris Hemsworth and Daughter India

Chris Hemsworth is swearing that it was his daughter’s choice to watch one of his performances as Thor!

Hemsworth, 40, who first started portraying the Marvel Comics character in 2011, shared a video of his daughter, India Rose,11, watching a movie from the franchise during their plane ride.

“I swear it was her choice #familyloyalty,” Hemsworth captioned the Instagram video set to the Wookiefoot song, “Happy to Be Here.”

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In the clip, Hemsworth filmed his daughter watching a movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe while tucked into her seat, before turning the camera to himself and winking.

“Well, it’s marvel’s best movie so,” one person commented, while a second also wrote: “Proud dad moment ❤️.”

Another added, “Being the daughter of Thor and Chris Hemsworth at the same time is priceless.”

Hemsworth shares India, as well as twin boys Sasha and Tristan, 9, with wife Elsa Pataky.

The actor occasionally posts videos and snaps of his children on Instagram. Earlier this month, he shared a post of his son pushing him into the ocean, noting that “[s]ometimes you need a little push (or if it’s one of my kids…a shove 😂).”

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He also shared a video of his son performing a stunt on a dirt bike, with the 9-year-old asking his uncle, Liam Hemsworth, to move out of the way.

Back in 2017, Hemsworth told PEOPLE that he wanted his children to not take things for granted and work hard for what they want.

"I want them to have a great appreciation for everything," he said at the time.

"I grew up with very little money, but my parents were my absolute heroes," Hemsworth said of his own upbringing. "They were respectful, kind human beings and operated in a way that was constantly inspiring and nurturing and kind."

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