Gal Gadot, who broke onto the fashion scene in 2016 while also achieving global stardom with her portrayal of Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe, proves that she’s more than meets the eye and takes her skin seriously in this shot.
The 37-year-old showed off Gal Gadot’s bare face in a closeup shot on her Instagram, which showed her in a long-sleeved knit sweater with a plunging V neckline. The star looked like something straight out of a magazine, pulling her hair back into a loose ponytail and wearing gold earrings.
Gal Gadot captioned the post with a heart emoji, while the flawless picture has racked up over a million likes with sweet comments from her adoring fans. It’s not the first time she’s rocked the natural look. Many other pictures of the star show off her incredible skin.
Gal Gadot also showed solidarity with the planet in another Instagram post, wearing a green sweatshirt over green striped shorts that read “Go Green.” She looked iconic as she leaned back in her chair and donned a big smile with her face made up and her hair pulled back into sleek curls.
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Here you can check out Gal Gadot’s without Makeup post.
The Wonder Woman actress looked relaxed and happy as she struck more goofy poses in the next two pictures. One thing about Gadot is that she’s made her Instagram a safe place for anyone to feel confident and relate to whatever mood they’re in.
Gal Gadot also channeled her iconic figure for Tiffany & Co.’s latest launch as she rocked a ruched crimson dress that hugged her stunning figure with a curved neckline and cape-like silhouette with a cutout back.
She accessorized her wrists with stacked gold Tiffany & Co. bracelets. Lock, which referenced her superhero persona, and small earrings. She paired the whole look with some crossed straps and black sandals.
The star’s upcoming film project is a remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s romantic thriller To Catch a Thief, which is based on a mystery novel by David Dodge. The film was previously released in 1955 and starred Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.
Other film projects she is embarking on include Cleopatra, which is currently causing controversy on the grounds that she is white.
Gal addressed the controversy on BBC Arabia, she said
“First of all, if you want to be true to the facts, then Cleopatra was Macedonian… People are people and I want to celebrate Cleopatra’s legacy with me and honor this amazing historical icon that I admire so much.”