“Supermom Gal Gadot opens up on raising kids in Vogue Hong Kong feature”

Gal Gadot, the star of Wonder Woman, opened up about her family life in an interview with Vogue Hong Kong’s July issue. The 38-year-old actress shared how motherhood transformed her perspective on life and her biggest takeaway from raising three daughters with her husband, Jaron Varsano. According to Gadot, the most significant change was realizing that it’s not all about her but rather about her children. She expressed the healthy feeling of putting everything into perspective and loving like she’s never loved before. Gadot also credited her daughters for teaching her how to push through exhaustion and persevere despite challenges. She even acknowledged her husband’s unwavering support in helping her pursue her dreams while being a role model for her 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

In a recent interview with Vogue Hong Kong, Gal Gadot, the star of Wonder Woman, opened up about her family life and how motherhood has transformed her perspective on life. According to Gadot, being centered with oneself is the key to being a good model for one’s children. She also revealed that her personal “Wonder Woman” is her mother, Irit Gadot, who worked as a physical education teacher. Gadot credits her mother with teaching her the importance of gratitude and daring, and described her as a true wonder woman and a good person. The actress also discussed her upcoming role in Netflix’s action film, Heart of Stone, where she plays an international intelligence agent on a mission to stop a hacker from stealing a valuable and dangerous weapon. As a fan of Mission Impossible and Bond movies, Gadot is excited to be part of a female-driven action film.

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 a conversation about her experience raising her three daughters with her husband Jaron Varsano, the 38-year-old actress Gal Gadot shared that the most significant change she encountered was realizing that raising children is not just about herself. Alma, who is 11 years old, Maya, who is five years old, and Daniella, who is one year old, have taught her that there are bigger priorities in life.

'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'

My family is the most important thing to me, not myself. It’s refreshing to remember that life isn’t all about me and it helps me put things in perspective. I love my family more than anything 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 actor, who’s all set to feature in Kari Skogland’s much-awaited biopic on Cleopatra, revealed how the queen’s life story is precisely the kind of narrative that ignites her passion for acting. (A snapshot from June 17 confirms this.)

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, oh wow! Gal looked absolutely stunning in her latest photo shoot with photographer Greg Swales. She rocked a sheer Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress that left little to the imagination and showed off her toned 5ft10in frame. The dress was so sheer that her black panties were visible 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

Let’s give some attention to the face! Jenny Cho, the hairstylist, had a stress-free task of creating an effortless updo for Gal Gadot by simply smoothing her dark hair into a side-parted style.

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

Jo Baker, a make-up artist, enhanced the beauty of The Flash actress by highlighting her striking brown eyes and thick brows with a subtle hint of shimmery eye shadow and blush. Gal Gadot emphasized that audiences are interested in movies featuring strong female leads, as long as the story and action are compelling. As a former dancer, Gal finds choreographing and performing action scenes enjoyable. She also credits her stunt women team for helping her execute these scenes effectively. While Gal loves playing a variety of characters, she particularly enjoyed portraying the Evil Queen because it allowed her to stretch her performance and experiment with different voices and mannerisms. She is excited to watch how her performance turned out in the upcoming movie. To Gal, the people working on a project are just as important as the project itself, regardless of the field.

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

Rewritten: For the photo shoot with a vibrant red backdrop, Shige Taylor, the manicurist, skillfully applied a glossy bright red nail polish on Gal’s nails.

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

Diving into the fashion world! The talented stylist Karla Welch adorned Gadot with stunning outfits from renowned brands like Saint Laurent, Alaïa, Dolce Gabbana, and accessorized her look with exquisite jewelry from Tiffany Co.

'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, shooting action scenes requires a team of professionals and not just one person. She has a group of female stunt performers whom she brings along to all her projects. Although she enjoys doing action scenes, she understands that sometimes she cannot do it all and relies on her team to execute the stunts.

'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 enthusiastically shared her thoughts on the upcoming Snow White remake, stating that playing the Evil Queen was an enjoyable experience. She even altered her voice to accurately depict the character.

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, known for her iconic role as Wonder Woman, revealed that her personal “Wonder Woman” is her mother, Irit Gadot, who was a physical education teacher. The actress is set to star in the biopic Cleopatra, which she believes is the perfect story to tell. After reading books about the late Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, Gal was fascinated and wants to go beyond Cleopatra’s reputation as a seductive woman who had affairs with Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. She describes Cleopatra as ahead of her time and futuristic compared to the world today. Gal is passionate about bringing justice to the character and her legacy and changing the narrative of Cleopatra simply being a seductor. She shared her recent Vogue cover on Instagram, where she was dripping in jewels from Tiffany Co. and smoldering in a figure-hugging black gown and matching gloves. She also shared a behind-the-scenes video from her photo shoot while wearing a black bandeau top and stacked gold bracelets.

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