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How to be a Wonder Mom

Gal Gadot, aka Wonder Woman, reveals her motherhood lessons.

Gal Gadot knows that it takes a Wonder Woman to raise a child. As tough as it is to fight off villains and save the day, nothing compares to the difficulty and reward of shaping someone's life. In a recent interview, Gadot talked about the lessons she tries to impart to her daughter.

Introduce her to new people and places.


"We always travel together. My daughter is always with me. My husband goes back and forth, but we spend most of the time together. And I look at that as something unique. Alma is bilingual; she understands and speaks Hebrew and English. She's very outgoing. Going through all of these experiences and meeting new people and going to different countries and cultures, you can only gain from it. "


Show her that she can do what she wants to do.


"Show her that Mommy's doing what Mommy loves to do. And therefore, she can do what she loves to do and have a family at the same time. As long as you have your priorities figured out in a healthy way."


Spend time with her.


"The good thing about being an actress is that it's very children-friendly. I can work for three months and then I can have six months off. And then I can work for six months and have six months off. It's up to me."


Be her example of a strong woman.

Actress Gal GadotActress Gal Gadot looks every bit the part of the newly reimagined Wonder Woman. (Photo: Batman v Superman/Warner Bros.)

"... I told them that I wanted to be able to show the stronger side of women. I didn't want to do the obvious role that you see in Hollywood most of the time, which is the heartbroken girl who's waiting to be rescued by the guy, blah, blah, blah. I wanted to do something different."


Think about her future.


"When I choose a role, I always think about whether my daughter can get something out of it when she watches the movie later after she's grown up."

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