2017 was a big year for Gal Gadot.
Not only did she star in the box office hit Wonder Woman, but she also appeared in Justice League, gave birth to her second child and was named a winner of the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards #SeeHer Award.
While walking the red carpet at the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala, Gadot took a moment to reflect on her "amazing" Wonder Woman year.
"It feels amazing. I feel grateful," she told E! News. "I think that the universe has played this entire thing in the most beautiful, special way. I think that people were really, really ready for this movie, and I think that my director Patty Jenkins had such a great, special take and vision on this character. She's done amazing."
However, Gadot says her fame hasn't changed the way her daughters see her at home.
"Everything is still the same," she said. "I'm still the mother. They're the girls. I'm cooking dinner. I'm bathing them. We go to the park."
Still, she revealed how she tries to raise her own wonder women and promote a sense of girl power to her kids.
"The way I raise my children is to love themselves and to feel that they're capable to do anything they want to be," she said.
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Fans will be able to see Gadot reprise her role as Wonder Woman in the film's sequel, which hits theaters Nov. 1, 2019.