Gal Gadot's Daughter Couldn't Care Less That Her Mom Is Wonder Woman

If the universe was able to agree on something this summer, it's that Wonder Woman is a fantastic film. And Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman herself, is an incredible person off screen, too. So what’s this about her daughter not being impressed?

Gal is currently in New York City preparing to host this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. She took time out of her busy schedule to stop by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to discuss many important topics, and, of course, play some games.

 

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While we gleaned a few important things during her interview (for starters, Gal had never had a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup before), the most interesting thing I learned was that her daughter Alma couldn’t be less impressed that her mother is Wonder Woman!

Gadot said Alma is taking her success in stride. “She’s like, 'Listen, we’ve been to London. It’s been amazing. I was working on set too, but I was four—three, four—so I didn’t do all the takes. It was cold, and they dressed me like a poor girl so I didn’t want to do it [a cameo] because I don’t want to be famous.”

Six-year-old Alma has an interesting perspective on what makes a woman, well, a wonder. According to Gadot, her daughter also said, “But honestly, every woman is a Wonder Woman. My mom is just the biggest one because she does the movie.”

Hearing a young girl acknowledge that every woman is special in her own way is truly heartwarming. It’s nice to know that Gal is fostering this sense of pride in her little girl. Way to go, Alma, and way to go, Gal!

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