Gal Gadot holds her daughter Maya's hand while taking her kids out for ice cream and a trip to a bookstore in Studio City

Gal Gadot was seen taking her two eldest daughters out for a walk in Studio City on Thursday afternoon.

The Wonder Woman star, 36, notably held one of her children's hands while the party of three made their way to an ice cream shop after picking up a few items at a bookstore.

The performer shares her daughters Alma and Maya, aged ten and four, respectively, and her baby Daniella, aged six months, with her longtime husband and producing partner, Yaron Varsano.

Doting mom: Gal Gadot was seen taking her two eldest daughters out for a walk in Studio City on Thursday afternoon

Doting mom: Gal Gadot was seen taking her two eldest daughters out for a walk in Studio City on Thursday afternoon

Gadot layered up in the wintertime chill with a dark green zip-up hooded jacket.

The Red Notice star also sported a form-hugging set of multicolored leggings and rocked a pair of black Ugg-style boots.

The performer's gorgeous and typically free-flowing brunette locks were tied back into a loose bun during her outing.

At one point, she donned a white facial covering to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while spending time in public.

Staying warm: Gadot layered up in the wintertime chill with a dark green zip-up hooded jacket

Staying warm: Gadot layered up in the wintertime chill with a dark green zip-up hooded jacket

Taking precaution: At one point, she donned a white facial covering to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Taking precaution: At one point, she donned a white facial covering to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while spending time in public

Gadot and Varsano, 46, initially met at a party that was hosted in the Israeli desert in 2006, and they formed a close relationship afterward.

The two went on to become engaged two years later, and they quickly made their union official that same year.

The performer and her husband eventually decided to start a family, and they welcomed Alma in 2011.

They later added Maya into their lives in 2017, and the actress announced that she had given birth to Daniella last June.

Starting off strong: Gadot and Varsano, 46, initially met at a party that was hosted in the Israeli desert in 2006, and they formed a close relationship afterward; they are seen in 2021

Starting off strong: Gadot and Varsano, 46, initially met at a party that was hosted in the Israeli desert in 2006, and they formed a close relationship afterward; they are seen in 2021

Gadot spoke about her qualities as a parent during a recent interview with InStyle, where she expressed that she wanted to make sure that her children were shielded from the public.

'They're the only thing I make sure to keep as private as possible. I want them to be naive and safe and protected. I share a lot...but as far as my family goes, I'm very protective,' she said.

She went on to express that she made a point of keeping her duties as an actress and as a parent separate.

'When you're on set, you're like a kite. You can fly so high and try to catch the air. Then you go back home to do your main shift as being a mother,' she said. 

Being careful: Gadot spoke about her qualities as a parent during a recent interview with InStyle, where she expressed that she wanted to make sure that her children were shielded from the public; she is seen with her husband in 2020

Being careful: Gadot spoke about her qualities as a parent during a recent interview with InStyle, where she expressed that she wanted to make sure that her children were shielded from the public; she is seen with her husband in 2020

Gadot later discussed being pregnant and noted that she had amazing experiences while bringing her children into the world. 

'I love giving birth. I would do it once a week if I could. It's so magical...Just the moment you feel like you're creating life, it's incredible,' she said.

The actress did clarify that 'the pregnancies are hard for me — I feel sick and have migraines. I'm not in my element.' 

Gadot concluded the interview by speaking about her marriage to Varsano, who had stayed with her since her pre-acting days. 

'We've grown together. I know he's not with me because I'm a "movie star." He's with me because he loves me. The connection was there from the beginning before everything, so it always felt very real and very good,' she remarked. 

Devoted husband: Gadot concluded the interview by speaking about her marriage to Varsano, who had stayed with her since her pre-acting days; they are seen in 2020

Devoted husband: Gadot concluded the interview by speaking about her marriage to Varsano, who had stayed with her since her pre-acting days; they are seen in 2020

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Gal Gadot holds her daughter Maya's hand while taking her kids out for ice cream in Studio City

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