Hollywood’s breakout star Gal Gadot just gave birth three months ago — but she already has baby fever!
The Wonder Woman star is already a mom to two adorable little girls — five-year-old Alma and three-month-old Maya — but sources exclusively reveal to Life & Style that she’s already thinking about adding to her growing family with husband Yaron Versano.
“Gal and Yaron want a big family,” an insider reveals, “and are hoping for a boy.”
But the 32-year-old actress and her businessman hubby might have to put their family planning on hold for now since Gal is the face of the Wonder Woman franchise. The film proved to be a blockbuster hit, grossing more than $400 million since its release earlier this month.
“She’s got a major juggling act ahead of her in terms of timing a third pregnancy and filming more movies,” the source says.
The stunning actress proved that she is, in fact, a real-life superhero when she revealed that she hid her second pregnancy while on the set of Batman v Superman — which is where she made her big debut as the DC Comics superhero. She told Marie Claire last month that she worked through her morning sickness and her migraines because she didn’t want to be treated differently than any of the other actors.
Her second pregnancy also overlapped with the reshoots for the Wonder Woman film — and she had to return to the set at Leavesden Studios near London to film running and fight scenes while five months pregnant, Entertainment Weekly reported.
But if any woman can find time to have a child while portraying a superhero, it’s Gal. She's already juggling her career and her family life and she makes it look effortless — even though she recently shared a gorgeous makeup-free selfie where she got real about the joys of motherhood.
“Sleepless night, colic [three-month-old] baby and an early wake up by my [five-year-old],” she wrote in the caption. “Went to the garden to get some fresh air with my coffee to help me wake up and now watching The Cat In The Hat with my daughter. It always amazes me how the most simple things are the ones to make us the happiest.”