Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky Name Newborn Twin Boys Tristan and Sasha: First Picture

Celebrity Moms Mar. 25, 2014 AT 10:50AM
Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Twinkle toes times two! Elsa Pataky, who welcomed twin sons with husband Chris Hemsworth last Tuesday, revealed the newborn baby boys' names on Monday, March 24.

"You are home!" Pataky wrote in Spanish via Instagram. "Tristan and Sasha came to to this world on March 18, just after a full moon. Complete happiness!" The mother of three, gushing over her newborn baby boys, also shared a sweet picture of their tiny feet and little toes curled up in bed, right beside each other. See more pictures of Chris and Elsa here.

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"Tristan and Sasha came to to this world on March 18, just after a full moon. Complete happiness!" Pataky shared via Instagram.
Credit: courtesy of Elsa Pataky

As confirmed by Us Weekly, Hemsworth, 30, and Pataky, 37, welcomed their twins at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in L.A. last week.

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On Tuesday, March 25, Pataky provided a glimpse into the couple's lives with their growing brood on her blog for Glamour Espana. "For the twins I bought a large [crib] to fit the two together. It is a hotbed of brand Stokke," she revealed of where the twins have been sleeping. "I recommend it to moms because it can extend over the years and it serves babies until 4 or 5 years [in age]."

She also shared the importance of skin-to-skin contact with little ones from the moment of birth. "It is one of the most special and unforgettable sensations as infants," she said.

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Pataky also revealed that while the twins' room is being built, big sister India Rose, 23 months, is sharing a bedroom with mom and dad.

"Enjoy every second with your baby," the Fast and Furious actress concluded in her post. "Because it is the most wonderful thing in the world."

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