celebritiesActress Gal Gadot (36) recorded a video with stars such as Amy Adams (47), Natalie Portman (40) and Cara Delevingne (29) at the start of the Corona pandemic. In it they all sang a line from John Lennon’s 1971 song “Imagine.” Looking at this video, Gadot doesn’t feel good about it. “It was bad taste.”
In an interview with InStyle, the 36-year-old Israeli said she “had good intentions, but you make mistakes sometimes.” “The timing wasn’t right,” she says. “The epidemic hit Europe and Israel before it hit the United States. I saw where it was heading. But the video was too early. It wasn’t the right timing and it wasn’t the right choice.”
The video, which was shared in March 2020, went viral and has since been viewed more than 10 million times on Instagram. But there was also a lot of criticism. Fans found it uncomfortable and inappropriate. Podcast host Joe Rogan called the stars “idiots” for filming the video while “everyone’s grandmother is dying.”
The actress, who has three children, also reviews her births in the interview. She laughs, “I love giving birth, and I’d like to do it every week. That moment when you feel like you’re creating a life, it’s indescribable.” “I always get the epidural, so it’s not very painful. By the way, the pregnancies themselves have been difficult for me. I felt sick and had a lot of migraines. I never felt like going back to normal.”
The Israeli is the mother of three daughters: Alma (10), Maya (4) and Daniela (8 months). She tries to keep her children out of the spotlight as much as possible. “I want them to be gullible, safe and protected. I always share a lot with the world, but when it comes to my family, I am very attentive.”
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