Gal Gadot looks ravishing while cradling baby bump in pictures. The Wonder Woman actress is having her third baby with her husband, Yaron Varsano. On Thursday, 15 April, the actress posted a picture in a gorgeous dress, definitely giving out major maternity style goals, on her Instagram account. In her post, she thanked the Sun Valley film festival for honoring her with the 2021 Vision Award. She dedicated the award to all the women of her series IMPACT for bringing in the change even during the pandemic.
In the Instagram post, Gal Gadot’s baby bump was very visible in the multicolored floor-length sleeveless gown which had swirling patterns on the side. The cashmere deep-neck gown was designed by Gabriel Hearst and styled by superstar stylist Elizabeth Stewart. She also wore Rene Caovilla’s brown sandals to complete her look. The mother of two was seen with minimal makeup and a nude lipstick with her signature styled hair.
Gal Gadot not only showed her baby bump but also thanked her fellow workers of Impact. She wrote the caption, “Wow I am so honored to receive the 2021 Vision Award at the Sun Valley film festival. I would like to dedicate and share this award to all the women of our series IMPACT. This past year has been extremely difficult on the world. Each of the women in our series have been impacting their communities for a while now and knew that when the world was forced to stop, they would continue making that difference, with grace and kindness. They got up each day to help others. They are MY women of wonder. Thank you @sunvalleyfilmfest 🤍”
Gal Gadot got inspired by Princess Diana for her Wonder Woman Role
The 35-year-old also revealed the inspiration behind her superhero character Wonder Woman. During a recent interview with Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour Live! , she told that it was none other than Princess Diana on whom she shaped her character. “I remember watching a documentary about Princess Diana and there was a part where they said she was full of compassion and always cared for the people and that was like, ‘Ding, ding, ding,’ that should be the Wonder Woman we have,” said Gal Gadot.
She also mentioned that she wanted to bring a woman on screen who was inspiring and relatable. “How can you connect to a goddess that’s super strong and has it all and [is] super perfect? I wanted to show her vulnerabilities and heart”. Well we now know that it wasn’t only the names that was common between these two but many other traits too.