Gal Gadot is a mom — again!
The 31-year-old Wonder Woman star recently gave birth to her second baby, a daughter named Maya Versano, she confirmed via Instagram on Monday, March 20.
"And then we were four… She is here, Maya. I feel so completely blessed and thankful for all the Wonders in my life #family #newborn #greatful," Gal captioned a sweet black and white family snapshot on the photo-sharing site.
The Israeli actress and her husband, real estate developer Yaron Varsano, previously announced they were expecting their second child together last November.
The couple — who tied the knot in September 2008 — are already parents to a six-year-old daughter, Alma Versano, who was born in November 2011.
Just days before she gave birth to her second child, Gal similarly took to Instagram to share a photo of her growing baby bump with her 3.9 million fans.
"#NoFilterMoment — With the daily routine of life, family, and work I'm distracted all day long. Today I had a moment with myself when I was looking out the window at the beautiful clear blue sky and realized that I'm nine months (!!!) pregnant and soon will have a new lovepup as an addition to our family… could not be more grateful to the universe. Sending you guys some positive gratitude energies," she captioned the pic.
In 2016, Gal starred as Wonder Woman in the hit DC Comics superhero movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. She then signed on to play the iconic character — previously portrayed by Lynda Carter! — for two more movies, Justice League (set to be released in November 2017) and a solo Wonder Woman film (hitting theaters in June 2017).
She recently opened up about her superhero role in an interview with Comicosity. "For [the movie's director Patty Jenkins], it was very important to not just portray her as a goddess, but to tell a very simple story of someone who believes in good and believes that people should be happy and lead safe, happy lives," she said.
"We cared a lot about simplifying Wonder Woman’s agenda because it is simple. It was her heart that we cared about, not her being this warrior," Gal continued. "When you tell a story from the heart, all of us can relate, because all of us want to live in a safe, quiet, and peaceful world."