Gal Gadot’s Joyful Outdoor Lunch Date with Her Husband in the Heart of Tel Aviv

Despite being open about her pregnancy since the beginning of November, Gal Gadot’s baby bump was hardly noticeable on Tuesday. The 31-year-old actress was seen enjoying a casual outdoor lunch at Da Da & Da in Tel Aviv, sitting across from her husband Yaron Varsano. She was wearing a fashionable denim jacket that mostly hid her small protrusion, looking happy as she took her seat.

All smiles: Though Gal Gadot's been public about her pregnancy since early November, her bump was still barely detectable on Tuesday

Beaming with joy: Despite revealing her pregnancy back in November, Gal Gadot’s baby bump was still barely noticeable on Tuesday. She sported stylish black thick-rimmed butterfly sunglasses and showcased her toned legs in a pair of grey and black patterned leggings. Her white trainers with hints of green perfectly matched her black and white T-shirt as she enjoyed a meal at the Rothschild Blvd restaurant. Her hair was sleekly pulled back into a neat ponytail, sitting beside her husband who flaunted his muscular arms in a dark brown T-shirt.

The 31-year-old was spotted stepping out for an alfresco lunch in Tel Aviv, settling down at a small table opposite her husband Yaron Varsano

The 31-year-old actress was seen enjoying a meal outdoors in Tel Aviv, sitting across from her husband Yaron Varsano. The couple, who got married in 2008, welcomed their first child, a daughter named Alma, three years later. Gadot, who portrays Wonder Woman in movies like Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Justice League, recently faced some controversy surrounding the character. In October, the United Nations recognized Wonder Woman as an Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls at a ceremony held in New York City.

Backstory: The Rosh HaAyin native and her real estate developer husband have been married since 2008, and she delivered their firstborn child, a daughter called Alma, three years later

The woman from Rosh HaAyin and her husband, who is a real estate developer, have been married since 2008. They welcomed their first child, a daughter named Alma, three years after tying the knot. Gadot and Lynda Carter, who previously portrayed the superhero on a 1970s ABC show, were both in attendance at the event, which drew protesters outside. Following the event, UN staff members created an online petition addressed to outgoing Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, expressing concerns about the ambassadorship and urging the organization to reconsider their decision. They expressed worries about using a character with a sexualized image, especially during a time when issues of objectification of women and girls are prominent in the news.

Casually chic: Black thick-rimmed butterfly sunglasses were sat on her face, and she emphasised her toned legs in a pair of intricately patterned grey aand black leggings

Effortlessly stylish: She sported black thick-rimmed butterfly sunglasses on her face, drawing attention to her toned legs clad in beautifully patterned grey and black leggings.

The petition managed to gather 44,893 signatures out of the 45,000 target, leading to the UN eventually revoking Wonder Woman’s ambassadorship last month. Gal Gadot expressed her frustration in an interview with Time, questioning why there is a debate about Wonder Woman needing to “cover up.” She argued that Wonder Woman should be allowed to be both smart and strong, as well as sexy, without facing criticism. Gadot, a former member of the Israel Defence Forces, emphasized that Wonder Woman can encompass all of these qualities.

Incoming: This summer, the actress will reprise her Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice role as Wonder Woman in the forthcoming Justice League film

Coming up this summer, the actress will once again portray Wonder Woman in the upcoming Justice League movie, reprising her role from Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.

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