• Gal Gadot hid her baby bump during an afternoon stroll with her daughters in Los Angeles
  • The actress donned a denim jacket on top of her white shirt to conceal her growing belly
  • She and her two daughters, Alma and Maya, wore face masks for protection amid the pandemic

Gal Gadot stepped out in Los Angeles this week after revealing her third pregnancy early this month, and she managed to hide her baby bump from the paparazzi by choosing the right outfit.

When Gadot went out for a quick afternoon stroll with her two daughters, Alma, 9, and Maya, 4, on Thursday, the “Justice League” star didn’t show any sign of being pregnant thanks to the getup she wore for the outing.

The 35-year-old Hollywood actress sported a classic denim jacket on top of a white printed shirt, a pair of black leather pants and black heeled boots, as seen in the photos obtained by Daily Mail. The “Wonder Woman” star had a blue face mask on for protection amid the pandemic, and she also wore sunglasses for the jaunt.

As for Gadot’s daughters, Alma rocked an all-black ensemble and a purple face mask, while Maya donned a pink and white dress on top of a long-sleeve shirt. The tyke also had on a face mask that matched her mom’s.

Earlier this month, Gadot took to social media to announce her third pregnancy with husband Yaron Varsano. The Israeli beauty shared a snap of her family on Instagram. Varsano and their two daughters’ hands are visibly touching Gadot’s growing belly in the photo.

“Here we go gain,” the caption that Gadot wrote for the photo read. Shortly after, her representatives confirmed to CNN that she is indeed pregnant.

Gadot and Varsano tied the knot in 2008. They welcomed their first child, Alma, in 2011. They then welcomed their second child, Maya, in 2017. The actress has yet to confirm the due date of her third pregnancy.

Back when she had Maya, Gadot shared with that she felt like Wonder Woman when she gave birth to her kids.

“It's cheesy, but I feel like Wonder Woman when I give birth. When you deliver, you feel like you're a god. Like, ‘Oh my God, I made this.’ The best thing is to become a mother and to give life,” she said.

Gadot’s “Wonder Woman 1984” was released in 2020 amid the pandemic. A third installment in the franchise is currently in the works.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - MARCH 04: Gal Gadot attends the 90th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images) Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images