Wonder Woman is like any woman. Gal Gadot revealed that she is having trouble getting her newborn to sleep.
The 36-year-old actress shared a video on Sunday, Sept. 26, showing her dancing in a restaurant, but she was the only one on her feet. The mother rocked her daughter Daniella, 3 months, to sleep.
“My signature ‘please go to sleep’ dance,” she wrote the photo for the clip via Instagram. The video was set to Bill Witheris “Lovely day.”
“I know that dance,” Aaron Paul commented. That Breaking Bad star, 42, shares daughter Story, 3, with wife Lauren Parsekian.
Actress Robin Wright, who played Antiope in wonder Woman film, sent her congratulations to her mother. “Congratulations on number 3 sweet Gal !!!” that Princess Bride star, 55, wrote on the cute video.
Gadot and man Yaron Varsano welcomed Daniella in June. The two who married in 2008 are also parents to daughters Alma at 9 and Maya at 4.
“My sweet family 🖐🏼”, she wrote at the time for a family photo. “I could not be more grateful and happy (and tired 🤪) we are all so happy to welcome Daniella into our family.”
Prior to Danielle’s birth, Gadot said she was trying to plan the little sleep workout.
In an April appearance on Lives with Kelly and Ryan, she said the “hardest part” of parenting was “lack of sleep,” and the former Miss Israel acknowledged that she may have committed an amateur parenting mistake with her eldest daughter.
“With Alma, our first, we completely ruined the entire sleep routine,” Gadot explained. “And when Maya was born, we were like ‘No more’. So Maya can sleep all night since she was five months old. Alma, still at 9, sneaks into our bed. … I think that’s what we need to stick to, we need to sleep train her, we need to make sure she loves and enjoys sleep. ”
When she’s not trying to get her daughter to sleep, Gadot is at work pumping breast milk between takes. She’s set on kicking Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds‘butt in November Red note on Netflix, but she admitted she doesn’t always feel like the perfect mother to her little girls.
“I think every mother can relate to this that once you have a baby, you get a huge sack of guilt, which I have to deal with all the time,” she admitted Vanity Fair in October 2020. ”But I realized that I can only try to be the best version of a mother I can be. So I just try to do my best and give them everything I can. ”
The native of Israel believes “being a mother is the best thing I have ever done, the project of my life.”
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