Gal Gadot proudly pumps breast milk on set: ‘Just me, backstage, being a mom’

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Gal Gadot proudly pumps breast milk on set: ‘Just me, backstage, being a mom’
Gal Gadot proudly pumps breast milk on set: ‘Just me, backstage, being a mom’

Gal Gadot is a proud working mama!

On Tuesday, the 36-year-old actress shared photos of herself in the glam chair where she was all smiles as she pumped breast milk. The mother of three gave birth in June to daughter Daniella, whom she shares with her husband, Yaron Varsano.

"Just me, backstage, being a mom," she captioned the pic.

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Fans flooded the comments praising the Wonder Woman actress's glimpse into how she balances work and motherhood.

"Mother, professional and beautiful!" a fan wrote.

"You’re goals!!!!!" someone said.

"Power mom," another person added.

"Yess and you’re rocking it," a commenter continued.

Gadot regularly shares sweet moments with her family, which also consists of daughters Alma, 9, and Maya, 4, including her recent birth announcement.

"My sweet family I couldn’t be more grateful and happy (and tired) we are all so excited to welcome Daniella into our family. I’m sending all of you love and health. G," she wrote in a post featuring a photo of herself, her husband and two daughters, with one holding their new baby sister.

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Over the years, she has been open about her experiences with parenting. During an interview with People in December, Gadot talked about life at home during the early days of the pandemic and quarantine.

"March to June I was so happy to be home and spend time with the family," she said at the time. "I became Martha Stewart! I was cooking and I was trying to bake every day. And the amount of kitchen injuries that I have are insane. I literally chopped the tip of my finger off once."

She also shared her experiences helping her kids acclimate to their new reality.

"When it started, my 9-year-old, she didn't figure out completely the whole remote learning thing and we became the cops: 'You have a class in five minutes. You need to get the link.' You need to make sure they do homework," Gadot explained. "Then my 3-year-old wants to be played with and wants to be entertained. But in the background of all this, you have this uncertainty of what exactly is going on."

Video courtesy of NBCUniversal/Access Hollywood.