During her time in the Israel Defense Forces, Gal Gadot used to run seven miles every morning as a part of her training. Even after years since then, she still follows a strict fitness routine, which is apparent in her latest appearance for Marie Claire magazine. In a breathtaking photo, the 30-year-old actress and model can be seen flaunting her toned figure and subtle cleavage in a form-fitting tan dress. Check out the video below for more.
Gal Gadot looks absolutely stunning in the latest edition of Marie Claire, where she shows off her beautiful and shapely figure. The Israeli actress models a plunging dress paired with a large gold ring as she stands in front of large windows, which allow natural light to beam directly onto her. Her hair is styled in soft waves, subtly parted on one side, while her face is adorned with a neutral make-up palette that enhances her natural beauty. In another photo, she wears a chic, speckled brown menswear-inspired dress that features long sleeves and is detailed with pockets. The Fast & Furious star looks effortlessly elegant as she clasps the frock via three large buttons on the front and tucks her hands into the pockets.
The stunning Israeli model confidently displayed her slender legs while posing in a brown dress that was inspired by menswear. She elevated the look with a chic gold choker necklace and stylish brown suede boots. Gal opted for a sleek braided hairstyle and designer sunglasses to complement her edgy ensemble as she strutted down the city sidewalk with confidence. In the accompanying editorial, she opened up about her experiences in the Israeli Defense Forces and her tomboyish past before she became a beauty queen and a model. Gal shared that she underwent a rigorous four-month boot camp to become a fight-training instructor, which involved running seven miles every morning at 6:30AM.
Gal Gadot is set to portray the iconic female superhero, Wonder Woman in the much-awaited movie Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The actress shared that before serving in the army, she joined the Miss Israel pageant for fun and never thought that she would win it. She loves fashion now but admits to being a tomboy at heart and prefers comfort over high heels. Gal takes pride in portraying strong, independent women on-screen as she believes that women can do it all in real life.
In 2004, a woman who is now a mother of one was crowned Miss Israel, earning the title of beauty queen.