The secret in “Wonder Woman 1984” – Gal Gadot’s entire family appears in the movie but few people realize it.

“To have them captured in the film with me meant a lot.”

Wonder Woman 1984 finally hit theaters and streaming, and honestly, I just really missed seeing Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

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And while the movie is filled with great details — like an epic appearance by Lynda Carter, aka the original Wonder Woman, in the post-credits scene — there was one detail toward the end of the movie that is simply adorable.

Lynda Carter in Wonder Woman 1984 saying, "But I've been doing this a long time"

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In the final minutes of the movie, Diana is walking through a picturesque holiday market with snow falling, children playing, and basically everything about the scene puts you in a Christmas mood.

Diana walking through a Christmas market

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Well, if you look closely, this scene is when you can spot Gal’s husband, Yaron Varsano, and their two daughters, Alma and Maya.

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This is also the first time we’ve really seen Gal’s daughters. On Instagram, she usually hides their faces with emojis.

Yaron is seen holding Maya on a merry-go-round as the snow falls.

Yaron and Maya laughing on the merry-go-round

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And Alma is playing in the snow and having a snowball fight with a young boy, who is actually director Patty Jenkins’ son, Asa.

Alma and Asa looking at the camera and playing in the snow

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Alma and Asa each have a line after they accidentally hit Diana with a snowball too.

Alma and Asa saying "Sorry" and Diana saying, "It's okay. It's okay"

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Talking about her family’s cameo, Gal Gadot told Good Day DC, “It meant a lot and especially in that very special scene.”

She also pointed out that she was pregnant with Maya during reshoots for Wonder Woman, so it was extra special seeing her in the sequel.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman during the No Man's Land scene

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“This movie is more than just a movie for us, for me, for Patty. It completely changed my life, and the amount of labor and thought and emotions that we put into the movie is just a lot,” Gal said.

Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot behind the scenes of Wonder Woman 1984

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“I couldn’t have done my movie without the support of my amazing family, and to have them captured in the film with me, because they are a part of it, meant a lot. It’s an amazing, amazing souvenir that we will cherish forever.”

And, if you still want to hunt for more Wonder Woman 1984 family members, Patty tweeted that while her husband isn’t in the Christmas scene, “you can find him elsewhere if you try.” 👀

Basically, this Christmas scene was adorable when I first watched it, but now it’s just too cute.

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