Gal Gadot rocks casual shorts as she takes kids out for frozen yogurt

Gal Gadot kept things casual on Sunday as she went out for a sweet treat with her children in Los Angeles.

The 38-year-old Israeli actress kept her look casual while she was joined by her daughters to grab some tasty frozen yogurt.

Her outing comes as she has repeatedly called for the release of hostages taken by members of Hamas during its October 7 attack on Israel.

For her outing, Gal opted for simplicity with a flowing white T-shirt and tiny olive-colored shorts which emphasized her long model legs.

The 5ft10in former pageant queen rocked a set of beige slide sandals with thick straps, and she blocked out the late afternoon sun with a set of stylish slim black sunglasses.

Sweet treat: Gal Gadot, 38, put on a casual but leggy display on Sunday as she and her daughters dropped by a frozen yogurt shop in Los Angeles

Taking it easy: The Wonder Woman star rocked tiny olive shots with a simple white T-shirt and striking beige slide sandals with thick straps

She wore her shoulder-length brunette tresses swept back and cascading down her shoulders, revealing a set of diamond stud earrings.

The Wonder Woman star also appeared to have gone with a minimal-makeup look.

She and her daughters seemed to have made a stop at the cosmetics store Sephora before grabbing refreshments as they carried the brand’s black-and-white striped shopping bags.

Seemingly missing from the trip was Gal’s husband Jaron Varsano, whom she tied the knot with in 2008. The lovebirds went on to share three daughters: Alma, 11; Maya, six; and Daniella, two.

Gal has been best known for starring as Wonder Woman in the eponymous 2017 DC Comics film, as well as other sequels and related films, including 2017’s Justice League and the 2021 revision of the film from director Zack Synder.

However, reports emerged earlier this year indicating that she and the majority of her costars in the DC Extended Universe were being jettisoned as DC Studios’ co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran retool the superhero films in the wake of a string of underperforming releases.

Her only films credits this year have included minuscule parts in Shazam! Fury Of The Gods and The Flash, along with a small, uncredited part in the Fast & Furious sequel Fast X, and the lead role in the Netflix spy action thriller Heart Of Stone. 

However, she has several high-profile projects still in the works, including a miniseries about the actress Hedy Lamarr, a sequel to the Netflix action film Red Notice 2 — which will reunite her with costars Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson — and a film about Cleopatra that will reunite her with her Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.

She also appeared in Disney’s live-action Snow White remake, which has been filmed and is currently in post-production, though it was announced last week that Disney had delayed the film until 2025.

Sources told that the film had been pushed back over fears from executives that it could become a ‘financial disaster’ and a critical bomb in the mold of Cats unless it was significantly retooled.

Day on the town: She swept her dark tresses back and wore chic slim black sunglasses. She and her daughters carried Sephora bags after an earlier shopping trip

Moving on: The actress has had a modest year in film with several small cameo roles and only one major lead role in Netflix's Heart Of Stone following reports this year that DC Studios had dropped her and most of the stars of its DC Extended Universe

On deck: However, she's still set to play the Evil Queen in the Rachel Zegler¿starring live-action remake of Disney's Snow White. The film has been pushed back to 2025 over fears that it could bomb at the box office without significant changes

The film stars West Side Story actress Rachel Zegler as the eponymous Snow White, while Gal appears as the Evil Queen who plots her destruction. 

In recent weeks, Gal has been sharing posts repeated on social media calling for the release of hostages captured by Hamas after its shocking October 7 attack on Israel, which left more than 1,400 people dead.

Since then, over 60 Israeli hostages are said to have been killed in Israeli bombings of Gaza in retaliation for the attack, according to the Gazan Health Ministry, which is an agency in Gaza’s Hamas-controlled government.

The ministry has also reported that more than 4,000 children have been killed since the start of Israel’s counterattack. 


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