Wonder Woman Gal Gadot welcomes second daughter

By Dailymail.com Reporter

Published: 16:01 EDT, 20 March 2017 | Updated: 16:30 EDT, 20 March 2017

Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot has welcomed her second daughter with husband Yaron Versano.

Baby Maya's safe arrival was announced by the actress via social media on Monday.

Gal posted a picture of five-year-old daughter Alma pushing her newborn sister in a carrier as the family left the hospital, laden down with balloons and gifts.

'And then we were four!' Wonder Woman Gal Gadot announces the birth of baby Maya 'And then we were four!' Wonder Woman Gal Gadot announces the birth of baby Maya

'And then we were four!' Wonder Woman Gal Gadot announces the birth of baby Maya

The delighted actress wrote: 'And then we were four... She is here, Maya. 

'I feel so complete blessed and thankful for all the Wonders in my life.'

Gal, 31, will next be seen in the Wonder Woman movie, out June 2 in the U.S.

Proud parents: Gal and her husband posed for a selfie when she was heavily pregnant Proud parents: Gal and her husband posed for a selfie when she was heavily pregnant

Proud parents: Gal and her husband posed for a selfie when she was heavily pregnant

She spoke recently of her delight at being an inspiration to young girls.  

She said of her superhero character: 'First of all, she doesn’t see that difference between any gender. It’s not even an issue. She comes from this world where men and women are equal and it’s not a thing to be a man or to be a woman. She feels that she can do everything and she will go for it.

'She’s a peace seeker; she wouldn’t go and look to start a battle or a fight. She would try to solve it in any other different way, but I think that’s what’s beautiful about Wonder Woman.'

Inspiring: Gal plays Wonder Woman; the movie will hit screens on June 2 this year in the U.S. Inspiring: Gal plays Wonder Woman; the movie will hit screens on June 2 this year in the U.S.

Inspiring: Gal plays Wonder Woman; the movie will hit screens on June 2 this year in the U.S.

And as a mother of daughters, Gal's role is proving even more important to her. 

She added to Collider.com: 'I was reading [Alma] a story and... she said, "Yeah, and the prince, they’re usually very strong." And I asked her, "And what about the princesses?'"[And she said,] "They’re weak." "And how do you think they should be, Alma?"

'She said, "They should be strong," and I feel very proud that finally this movie is being made, because all of you guys, all men and all boys, always had a figure to look up to, whether it’s Superman or Batman or Spider-Man, or whatever it is, they always had heroes to look up to and for girls, it’s always the princesses are being saved or being passive and finally Wonder Woman, she’s fearless, she’s proactive, she believes in herself. She believes she can do everything, and that’s a true woman for me.'

Oh baby! The actress is seen at the Golden Globes back in January Oh baby! The actress is seen at the Golden Globes back in January

Oh baby! The actress is seen at the Golden Globes back in January

 

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