Gal Gadot showed she can be a wonder woman on and off the screen on Friday when she visited children at a Virginia hospital dressed in her Amazon princess warrior costume.
Gadot delighted patients and staff at the Inova Children’s Hospital in Annandale, where she toured the wards and posed for photos.
The actress took a break from filming the sequel to her 2017 blockbuster movie “Wonder Woman,” which she is working on in the area.
One of the doctors at the hospital, Lucas Collazo, tweeted his appreciation writing “You are a true Wonder Woman. The kids love it..and so did the staff.”
— Wonder Woman 1984 (@WonderWomanHQ) July 7, 2018
“Wonder Woman 1984” is being produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and is scheduled for release in 2019.
Gadot has supported children’s charities in the past. In 2017 she recorded a promotional video for the “Pencils of Promise,” organization which strives for equality in education.
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