Gal Gadot enjoyed a relaxing stroll through London on Wednesday with her husband Jaron Varsano and their three daughters.
The actress, 38, went makeup free and wore an oversized white T-shirt with a pair of smart black trousers.
She topped off her casual look with some chunky beige trainers and pulled her brunette hair back into a neat ponytail.
Gal pushed her youngest Daniella, 13-months, in a pram while Alma, 11, Maya, five, walked beside her.
The family were joined by another couple as they headed for lunch at C restaurant in Mayfair.
The outing comes after she was spotted in the capital on Friday for a meeting during a break from her busy filming schedule.
The London outing comes after Shazam! Fury Of The Gods director David F.Sandberg, 42, denied that Gal's Wonder Woman appearance was a deep fake.
According to AV Club, David said that Gal's cameo was 'shot in England,' while he 'directed remotely' due to a 'visa issue'.
Filmgoers had questioned if Gal was even on set and whether her face was deep-faked onto her body double in the scene.
However, director David set the record straight about Gal's appearance in the DC superhero film.
He said on Twitter, 'A certain cameo in Shazam! Fury Of The Gods had to be shot in England, but I couldn't go because of a visa issue, so I directed remotely.'
He also shared a video of himself directing Gal in the scene via what appeared to be a zoom call.
And said to viewers, 'It wasn't a deep fake as some believe.'
Gadot is a mom to Alma, 11, Maya, five, and Daniella, one. She shares them all with her husband, Jaron Varsano, 48.
Jaron, who sometimes spells his name with a Y instead of a J, is an Israeli businessman who recently broke into the entertainment industry as a producer on several upcoming projects.
He also appeared in Gadot's film Wonder Woman 1984 as one of the extras on set.
The pair have been married since 2008, after meeting through mutual friends at a 'desert party.
In 2016, Gadot told Glamour about meeting her husband for the first time.
'It was all about yoga, chakras, and eating healthy—we didn't exactly find ourselves there, but we found each other,' she said.