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Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot expecting third child with husband Yaron Varsano: ‘Here we go again’

Gal Gadot has confirmed that she and her husband Yaron Varsano will soon be expecting their third child together.

Sharing the exciting news on Instagram on Monday, the Wonder Woman actress looked absolutely radiant as her other half and daughters Alma, nine, and three-year-old Maya cradled her blossoming bump.

Informing her fans that she would soon be a mother of three, the 35-year-old captioned the sweet family snap: ‘Here we go again.’

Gal is every inch the doting mum and recently gushed about incorporating her family into a scene of her latest flick, Wonder Woman 1984.

Speaking to GoodDay DC’s Kevin McCarthy, the Israeli beauty said: ‘I have two daughters, both of them appeared. My oldest one appeared with Asa, (director) Patty (Jenkins)’s son, and then my youngest one, whom I was pregnant with during the reshoots for Wonder Woman, the first one, was there with my husband.

‘To have them captured in the film with me, because they are a part of it, meant a lot, and it’s an amazing, amazing souvenir that we will forever cherish.’

She’s already mother to two daughters (Picture: Gal Gadot Instagram)
Gal and Israeli real estate developer Yaron tied the knot in 2018 (Picture: Getty Images)
Gal was last seen on screen in the DC Comics film Wonder Woman 1984, released in December (Picture: Warner Bros)

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins commented on Gal’s pregnancy during filming, telling Entertainment Weekly: ‘Now, at least, we will be able to tell her daughter Maya that she’s in her mom’s stomach right then, in the middle of that battle scene.’

Gal and Israeli real estate developer Yaron met in 2006 and tied the knot two years later.

The former pageant queen was last seen onscreen in the DC Comics film Wonder Woman 1984, released in December.

In an interview with the Mirror at the time, the actress reflected on the superhero character’s impact as she stated: ‘I wasn’t lucky enough to see so many Wonder Women type characters when I was growing up.

‘I didn’t have the opportunity to see all of these strong female characters. And now, seeing the way it affects my daughters, boys, men and all different types of people… it’s so powerful, and it’s so strong, and I feel very grateful that I have the opportunity to be a part of this.’


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