Hollywood star Gal Gadot can do every difficult job with ease as her social media handles are proof of that. The Wonder Woman actor was recently seen pumping her breast milk while getting ready for a shoot. The actor also shared a smile with her team while doing her job as a mother.
Actor Gal Gadot and her husband, Yaron Varsano, welcomed their third daughter Daniella earlier this year. While doing her motherly duties, Gadot was seen pumping her breast milk in a white robe in her latest Instagram post.
She also had a cape tied to her neck, as her team was applying makeup and doing her hair. She was wearing very light jewellery along with her robe. In the caption, she wrote, “Just me, backstage, being a mom ‘.” Several Hollywood celebrities reacted to Gadot’s photo. One of the users wrote, “The pump is real.” While praising her normalise breastfeeding.
In the comments section, actor Shalom Michaelshvili, model Rotem Sela and TV host Yael Goldman dropped red heart icons for Gal Gadot. Israeli actress Rona-Lee Shimon called Gal Gadot “Queen” in her comment.
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Many fans described Gal Gadot as a “supermom” and “great mom” in the comments section. “You go Wonder Wo-Mom!” wrote a user while another commented: “You’re goals!!”
Gadot was last seen in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ and Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ cut. She will next feature in the Netflix film ‘Red Notice’. Gadot will star in the movie with Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds.
She also has ‘Irena Sendler’, ‘Cleopatra’ and ‘Wonder Woman 3’ in the pipeline.
Loki actor Sophia Di Martino also once shared how her costume for Marvel Studios series was made breastfeeding-friendly as she was a working mother. She shared a photo of her costume and wrote, “It’s not easy being a working Mama (Understatement!) #christinewada designed Sylvie’s costume and had the genius idea of adding concealed zippers for easy access so that I could use my hands-free @elvie pumps easily (pictured) and nurse my baby between takes. It’s little (big) things like this that made it possible for me to do my job AND be a parent. I’m forever grateful ‘.”