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Gal Gadot looks beautifully made up in her hit film Wonder Woman.

But this weekend the star showed off a different side as she went fresh faced on Instagram.

The actress explained she was up all night with a baby with colic.

'Sleepless night': Gal Gadot looks beautifully made up in her hit film Wonder Woman. But this weekend the star showed off a different side as she went fresh faced on Instagram

'Sleepless night': Gal Gadot looks beautifully made up in her hit film Wonder Woman. But this weekend the star showed off a different side as she went fresh faced on Instagram

‘Sleepless night’: Gal Gadot looks beautifully made up in her hit film Wonder Woman. But this weekend the star showed off a different side as she went fresh faced on Instagram

‘Sleepless night, colic 3 months old baby and an early wake up by my 5 year old. 

‘Went to the garden to get some fresh air with my coffee to help me wake up and now watching The Cat In The Hat with my daughter.

‘It always amazes me how the most simple things are the ones to make us the happiest . taken by my other sleepy half @jaronvarsano.’

Though she had on no lipstick or blush, she looked stunning.

'#therealwonderwoman': Yaron Varsano's posed on Instagram in a T-shirt indicating his pride in his wife Gadot, who's starred in the new smash hit movie Wonder Woman

'#therealwonderwoman': Yaron Varsano's posed on Instagram in a T-shirt indicating his pride in his wife Gadot, who's starred in the new smash hit movie Wonder Woman

‘#therealwonderwoman’: Yaron Varsano’s posed on Instagram in a T-shirt indicating his pride in his wife Gadot, who’s starred in the new smash hit movie Wonder Woman

This shot was posted before she posed with her real estate developer husband Yaron Varsano. 

‘YOUR WIFE’ is written under an image of a ladies’ room door stick figure, and next to it, ‘MY WIFE’ is scrawled beneath a white silhouette of the superhero herself. 

In the photo, Yaron is standing next to his seated wife, and he’s pointing at her beaming face as she points upward at the image of her character on his T-shirt.

He’s captioned the upload with the hashtags: ‘#mywife’ and ‘#therealwonderwoman,’ chucking in an emoji of a heart at the end for good measure.

Gal, who turned 32 in April, has been married to Yaron since 2008, and they’ve got two daughters: Alma, born in 2011, and Maya, who was born on March 19 this year.

Seen around New York: Gal, who turned 32 in April, has been married to Yaron since 2008, and they've got two daughters: Alma, born in 2011, and Maya, who was born on March 19 this year

Seen around New York: Gal, who turned 32 in April, has been married to Yaron since 2008, and they've got two daughters: Alma, born in 2011, and Maya, who was born on March 19 this year

Seen around New York: Gal, who turned 32 in April, has been married to Yaron since 2008, and they’ve got two daughters: Alma, born in 2011, and Maya, who was born on March 19 this year

Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman sees the title character train as an Amazon warrior on the Mediterranean island of Themyscira during her early years.

When Chris Pine’s unconscious American military pilot Steve Trevor washes ashore, she finds herself and her newly-discovered superpowers plunged into World War I.

Connie Nielson plays Diana’s mother, Queen Hippolyta of Themyscira, whose sister General Antiope trains Diana and has herself been portrayed by Robin Wright.

Gal first played Wonder Woman in Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice last year, and will also feature as the character in this year’s Justice League film. 

Origin story: Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman sees the title character train as an Amazon warrior and then become a player in the first world war

Origin story: Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman sees the title character train as an Amazon warrior and then become a player in the first world war

Origin story: Directed by Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman sees the title character train as an Amazon warrior and then become a player in the first world war

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