“Supermom Gal Gadot Opens Up About Motherhood on the Latest Vogue Hong Kong Cover”

Gal Gadot, the star of Wonder Woman, opened up about her family life in an interview with Vogue Hong Kong’s July issue. The actress, who has three daughters with her husband Jaron Varsano, spoke about how motherhood has reframed her perspective on life. She revealed that her biggest lesson was learning that “it’s not just about me”, and that her children are the most important thing in the world. Gadot went on to say that her daughters have taught her how to keep going, even when she is exhausted and didn’t sleep at night. She also praised her husband for supporting her pursuit of her dreams, as she believes that being a good role model is the best way to teach children.

Gorgeous: Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot made a rare remark on her family life while discussing how motherhood reframed her perspective to life while gracing the cover of Vogue Hong Kong's July issue

Gal Gadot, the stunning actress who played Wonder Woman, recently opened up about her family life in an interview with Vogue Hong Kong for their July issue. She shared how motherhood changed her perspective on life and how being more centered with oneself can make someone a better role model for their children. When asked about her personal Wonder Woman, she answered that it was her mother, Irit Gadot, who taught her to be grateful and confident. She also discussed her next role in Netflix’s upcoming action film, Heart of Stone, where she plays an international intelligence agent racing to stop a hacker from stealing a dangerous weapon. As a fan of Mission Impossible and Bond movies, Gal is excited to be part of a female-driven action film and hopes to inspire more women in the industry.

Open book: When asked about raising her three daughters, Alma, 11, Maya, five, and Daniella, one, with her husband, Jaron Varsano, the 38-year-old actress revealed the 'biggest thing that changed' was learning 'it¿s not just about me'

During an open conversation, the 38-year-old actress was asked about how she raises her three daughters, Alma, Maya, and Daniella, with her husband Jaron Varsano. She shared that the major shift she experienced was realizing that it’s not only about her but about her family as a whole.

'I¿m not the most important thing in the world. They are. And there¿s something just simply healthy about the fact that it¿s not all about you. It puts everything in perspective,' she said of her family. 'And you love, like you¿ve never loved before. They¿re everything to me, I¿ll do anything for them'

According to her, her family is more important than anything else in the world. She finds it refreshing that life isn’t all about her, which helps her keep things in perspective. When it comes to her loved ones, she feels an unparalleled depth of love and devotion and would do anything for them.

Exciting: The performer, who is set to star in Kari Skogland's highly-anticipated biopic Cleopatra, said her story is the 'perfect example of a story' that she wants to tell (pictured on June 17)

How thrilling! The actress, who has been cast for the lead role in Kari Skogland’s much-awaited biographical film Cleopatra, expressed her excitement by stating that the story of the Egyptian queen is exactly the kind of story she loves to narrate. (The image shows the actress on June 17).

Ooh la la! In the high-fashion spread - shot by photographer Greg Swales - Gal showcased her slim 5ft10in figure in a completely sheer Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress, which exposed her black panties

Wow, check out the high-fashion photoshoot featuring Gal! Captured by photographer Greg Swales, she confidently flaunts her 5ft10in frame in a stunning Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress. The dress is completely sheer, revealing her black panties underneath.

Focus on the face! Hairstylist Jenny Cho had an easy job simply slicking Gadot's signature raven locks in to a side-parted updo

Keep your attention on the face! Celebrity hairdresser Jenny Cho had a breezy task of creating an elegant side-parted updo with actress Gal Gadot’s distinctively dark tresses.

Make-up artist Jo Baker brought out The Flash actress' bushy brows and beautiful brown eyes with a minimally made-up, flawless complexion

There was just a hint of shimmery eye shadow and blush

Make-up artist Jo Baker emphasized The Flash actress’ natural beauty by highlighting her bushy brows and beautiful brown eyes with just a hint of shimmery eye shadow and blush. Gal Gadot’s opinion on the representation of women in movies is that they love to see women in action-packed films, but only if the story is good and the action makes sense. Gadot shared that her background in dance has been a tremendous help in the choreography of action scenes. She expressed her love for playing with her body and brain to bring out her best performance. Although she has a team of stunt women that she takes everywhere with her, she still does as much action as they let her because she believes that the intention of the action is as important as the choreography. When it comes to her preferred type of character, Gadot said she enjoyed playing the Evil Queen in the musical “Disney Villain” because she could stretch her performance and make it more dramatic and animated. She had fun changing her voice and doing different things and can’t wait to watch it and see how it turns out.

Classic: Manicurist Shige Taylor painted Gal's bright red glossy manicure for the red-walled shoot

Rewritten: The talented manicurist Shige Taylor was responsible for creating the stunning bright red glossy manicure that adorned Gal’s nails during the photoshoot against the striking backdrop of red walls.

Taking the plunge! Stylist Karla Welch dressed Gadot in designs from Saint Laurent (pictured), Alaïa, Dolce & Gabbana, and Tiffany & Co. jewelry

Diving right in! Costume designer Karla Welch decked out Gadot in stylish garments from top brands like Saint Laurent, Alaïa, Dolce & Gabbana, and adorned her with luxurious Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

'It takes a village and a lot of professionals to shoot action': The Death on the Nile star has a 'team of stunt women' that she takes 'everywhere' with her, even though she does 'as much of the action as' they let her

According to the Death on the Nile actress, a successful action scene requires the collaboration of multiple professionals. She maintains her own team of stunt women and brings them along wherever she goes. Although she is eager to participate in as much action as possible, she recognizes the importance of relying on trained experts.

'I think it was so much fun!' Gal changed her voice to more authentically portray the Evil Queen in the upcoming Snow White remake

Gal altered her tone to mimic the Evil Queen character in the new Snow White movie and expressed that she thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Sweet: As for who her personal 'Wonder Woman' is, Gadot answered her mother, Irit Gadot, who worked as a high school physical education teacher (seen in 2020's Wonder Woman 1984)

Gal Gadot revealed that her personal “Wonder Woman” is her mother, Irit Gadot, who worked as a high school physical education teacher and appeared in the movie Wonder Woman 1984. The actress expressed her excitement for her upcoming role in the biopic Cleopatra, saying it is the “perfect example of a story” she wants to tell. After reading books about the Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, Gal was fascinated by Cleopatra’s life and legacy. She emphasized that her portrayal of the historical figure will go beyond her reputation as a seductive woman and will showcase her as ahead of her time. Gal revealed that the script for the film is beautiful, and she cannot wait to share the story with the world and change the narrative of Cleopatra. On Instagram, the actress shared images from her Vogue cover and a behind-the-scenes video from her photo shoot, wearing stunning jewelry and outfits.

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