Gal Gadot graces the cover of Vogue magazine as she discusses family time during self-isolation: ‘Embracing quality moments together’

Featured on the cover of Vogue magazine’s May issue, she is promoting her upcoming film Wonder Woman: 1984, originally set for a June release but pushed back to August due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. In the magazine, the actress, who recently faced mixed reviews for sharing a celebrity sing-along of Imagine on Instagram during self-isolation, opened up about the current situation. “The circumstances are undeniably awful and intimidating, but we’re making the most of this time at home, trying to find joy in the quality moments,” the 34-year-old shared from her residence in Los Angeles, California.

Statuesque: Wonder Woman superstar Gal Gadot graces the May 2020 cover of Vogue

Tall and stunning: Gal Gadot, the leading lady of Wonder Woman, is featured on the front cover of the May 2020 issue of Vogue magazine. In the interview, she talked about her family, which includes her husband Yaron Varsano, who is 45 years old, and their two daughters, Alma, aged eight, and Maya, aged three. The article was actually written before the COVID-19 pandemic took over the United States, but Vogue followed up with Gadot in March to discuss the significant impact of the pandemic on daily life in the country.

On the pandemic: 'Obviously the circumstances are horrible and frightening, but we¿re home and we¿re trying to make the best of it¿to enjoy the quality time,' Gadot told the magazine; Gal and her husband seen in February

Regarding the pandemic, Gadot shared with the magazine that while the circumstances are dreadful and worrisome, they are making the most of being at home and cherishing the quality time spent together. Gal and her husband were spotted together in February.

Gal expressed that she is facing unprecedented times, but remains optimistic about the future. In a stunning image, she appears in a striking silver Louis Vuitton dress, standing tall and confident. With her dark hair pulled back and minimal makeup, she wears Tiffany & Co. earring studs. The cover shot was taken in the Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park in the Sierra Pelona Mountains of northern Los Angeles County, as shared on her Instagram.

Can't wait: One of the big topics in the article itself, of course, was the highly anticipated sequel Wonder Woman 1984, a film that has now been delayed from June until August

Excitedly looking forward to it: A major point discussed in the article was the much-awaited sequel Wonder Woman 1984, which has unfortunately been pushed back from its original June release date to August.

Iconic: 'It meant something to them. And just because of that, I care for them, and I want to hear what they have to say,' Gal said of Wonder Woman

Gal stated that Wonder Woman was meaningful to many people, which is why she feels a connection to them and values their opinions.

A few months ago, I had a photoshoot at Vasquez Rocks. Little did we know what the future held. Grateful to @voguemagazine for the opportunity. Shot by the talented @annieleibovitz ❤️❤️ Talking about the highly awaited sequel Wonder Woman 1984, the article also highlighted the impact of the first Wonder Woman movie, which was released in 2017, on the fans. The release of the sequel has been delayed from June to August due to the global closure of movie theaters caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Imagine this? The star got mixed reviews when she shared a celebrity packed version of Imagine on Instagram to lift the spirits of her fans in self-isolation

Picture this – the famous singer received a variety of reactions after posting a star-studded rendition of Imagine on social media in an effort to boost the morale of her followers during quarantine.

‘It really meant something to them. And because of that, I genuinely care about them and value their opinions,’ she expressed.
‘Often, they share how deeply it affected their lives. It’s usually about how it inspired them to make a change, to do something brave that they never thought they could do.’
At the end of the previous month, Gal took to her Instagram to announce the delayed release of WW1984, revealing the new date in August: ‘During these uncertain and difficult times, I am holding onto hope for a brighter future. A future where we can once again gather and experience the magic of cinema together. I am thrilled to announce the new release date for WW84: August 14, 2020. I hope everyone is staying safe. Sending love to all. ❤️’

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