Dancing Gal Gadot Soothes Baby Daniella to Slumber with Her Iconic Moves

Gal Gadot, the famous actress who played Wonder Woman, shared a video on her Instagram account where she can be seen rocking her three-month-old baby daughter Daniella to sleep. In the caption, the star shared that it was her signature dance to make her baby fall asleep.

Gadot was spotted at a restaurant, clad in a white t-shirt, beige shorts, and sunglasses, where she was seen swaying her little one. The relatable parenting moment garnered praise from the actress’ followers and friends, who shared their love and admiration for the sweet moment. Even Aaron Paul chimed in, saying that he could relate to the dance.

Elizabeth Stewart, a stylist, expressed her emotions with a heartfelt “Awwwww!!!❀️”

On Instagram, Gal Gadot shared the news of her third daughter’s birth with her followers. Robin Wright also congratulated her on the arrival of the new bundle of joy. Gadot and her husband Jaron Varsano welcomed Daniella in June, and the actress shared a family photo of the happy family of five. The picture featured the proud parents, their new baby, and big sisters Alma and Maya.

“My dear loved ones πŸ–πŸΌ I am incredibly thankful and overjoyed (although admittedly a bit tired πŸ€ͺ) to announce the arrival of Daniella into our family. We are filled with excitement and anticipation for this new chapter in our lives. My love and wishes for good health are being sent to each and every one of you. GG β™₯οΈπŸ–πŸΌπŸ–πŸΌπŸ–πŸΌπŸ–πŸΌπŸ–πŸΌ,” she expressed alongside the image.

Earlier this year, Gal Gadot announced that she and her family are expecting their third child. During an appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan, the Wonder Woman actress joked about only having daughters. She also spoke about her sleep schedule plan for her upcoming baby, hoping to implement a routine that will ensure her child sleeps through the night. Gadot has previously shared how much it meant to have her husband and two daughters make cameo appearances in Wonder Woman: 1984, the sequel to the original film. As the franchise comes to an end with the third and final film, the actress continues to prioritize her family and their involvement in her work.

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