Chris Hemsworth feels like he has six kids.
The 'Thor' actor - who has daughter India, three, and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, 19 months, with wife Elsa Pataky - admits raising "three under three" means life is incredibly hectic but has finally taught him the "full gamut" of emotions.
He explained to Australia's Daily Life newspaper: "It feels like I have six. They're non-stop, active kids. The biggest thing I've learned by having kids is that now I know what love is. I know what frustration is. I know the full gamut of emotions, good and bad. I feel I had just scratched the surface prior...
"Each time you add one, it feels like three more."
The 32-year-old actor and his 39-year-old wife keep their family out of the spotlight by living in Byron Bay, Australia and appreciate being able to have a "very normal" existence where people are happy to leave them alone.
He said: "We have a very normal existence.
"Here, if someone recognises you, it doesn't tend to be as big a deal. People are like, 'Oh yeah, cool,' then onward with the day.
"If you are living in Hollywood, people have travelled from around the world to see people in the entertainment business and they've got the cameras ready and a bigger deal is made of it.
"Here, we have a very normal existence, people are very respectful, and that was why we chose to come here."