“Motherhood brings clarity: Gal Gadot shares how it taught her to prioritize beyond herself” featured on Vogue Hong Kong cover

Gal Gadot, the star of Wonder Woman, recently shared her thoughts on family life and motherhood in an interview with Vogue Hong Kong’s July issue. The actress talked about how having children changed her perspective on life and made her realize that it is not just about her. She revealed that her three daughters, Alma, Maya, and Daniella, with her husband Jaron Varsano, are the most important things in her life and she would do anything for them. According to Gadot, being a mother has taught her how to keep going even when she is exhausted and has to work early in the morning. She also credited her little girls for teaching her how to pursue her dreams while setting a good example for them.

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

Stunning: Gal Gadot, known for her role in Wonder Woman, recently opened up about her personal life and how becoming a mother has influenced the way she views the world. This rare insight was shared during her feature on the cover of the July issue of Vogue Hong Kong.

In an interview, Gal Gadot shared her belief that being centered with oneself makes one a better role model for their children. She also revealed that her mother, Irit Gadot, is her personal Wonder Woman, having raised her and her sister to be grateful and confident. Gadot attributes her happiness to gratitude and her mother’s teachings on self-empowerment. In addition to discussing her admiration for her mother, Gadot discussed her upcoming role as Rachel Stone in Netflix’s action film, Heart of Stone. As a fan of Mission Impossible and Bond movies, she was excited to play a female-driven character, an international intelligence agent racing against time to stop a hacker from stealing a dangerous weapon.

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 interview, the 38-year-old actress was asked about her experience raising her three daughters, Alma, Maya, and Daniella, with her husband, Jaron Varsano. She shared that the most significant change she experienced was realizing that it was not only about her anymore.

'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'

Being the center of attention is not my priority. My family holds that position in my life, and I find it liberating to have this mindset. It helps me see things from a different perspective and keeps me grounded. My love for them is unconditional, and I will go to great lengths to ensure their happiness and wellbeing.

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 is all geared up to play the lead in Kari Skogland’s much-awaited biopic Cleopatra, has expressed her desire to portray a story like this. In her opinion, it’s the perfect example of a narrative that deserves to be told. (The picture shows the actor 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! Gal looked absolutely stunning in a high-fashion photoshoot captured by photographer Greg Swales. She flaunted her svelte 5ft10in frame in a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress that was completely see-through, leaving her black underwear on display.

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 zoom in on the face! Jenny Cho, the hairstylist, had it easy by just creating a side-parted updo for Gadot’s famous black hair.

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 enhanced The Flash actress’ stunning brown eyes and bushy brows with just a hint of shimmery eye shadow and blush, creating a minimally made-up, flawless complexion. Gal Gadot believes that if movies have good stories and action, people will watch them, including those featuring strong female characters. Gadot’s background in dance has been beneficial in filming action scenes, which require choreography and mental preparation. She enjoys participating in the action scenes herself, alongside her team of stunt women, as she feels it is important to convey the intended performance. While she does not have a preference for any specific type of role, she enjoyed playing the Evil Queen in a recent musical, where she was able to stretch her performance and bring the character to life in a delightfully animated way.

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

Rewritten: During the photo shoot with a red background, Gal’s nails were beautifully polished in a shiny bright red color by the talented manicurist Shige Taylor.

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

Diving right in! Karla Welch, the stylist, decked out Gadot in fabulous clothing from high-end fashion brands such as Saint Laurent, Alaïa, Dolce & Gabbana. To round off the stunning look, Gadot also wore elegant 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, shooting action scenes requires a group of professionals. She has her own set of stunt women who accompany her on every shoot and she participates in action scenes as much as they permit her.

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

“It was a blast!” exclaimed Gal as she perfected her portrayal of the Evil Queen for the upcoming remake of Snow White. She made sure to adjust her voice to match the character’s wicked personality, adding an authentic touch to her performance.

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)

Gadot was asked about her personal inspiration for Wonder Woman and she replied that it is her mother, Irit Gadot. Her mother is a former high school physical education teacher who was featured in the 2020 movie Wonder Woman 1984.

Gal, the lead actress in the upcoming biopic Cleopatra directed by Kari Skogland, expressed her excitement to tell the story of the late Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt. She acknowledged that after reading books about Cleopatra, she found it fascinating and wants to go beyond portraying her just as a seductive woman who had affairs with Julius Caesar and Marc Anthony. Gal believes that Cleopatra was way ahead of her time and Egypt was futuristic compared to where we are today. She stated that she is passionate about bringing justice to Cleopatra’s character, her legacy, and celebrating her beyond her reputation as a seductor. Gal shared her Vogue Hong Kong cover on Instagram, thanking them for featuring her. She also shared a behind-the-scenes video of her photo shoot, where she wore a black bandeau top and stacked gold bracelets.

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