Actress Gal Gadot put her Wonder Woman costume on again and paid a visit to a children’s hospital in Annandale, Virginia, on July 7.
The star of both the movie “Wonder Woman” and an underway sequel “Wonder Woman 1984” won over the hearts not only of the children, but of the staff at Inova Children’s Hospital.
One of the doctors, cardiac surgeon Lucas Collazo took to Twitter to thank Gadot for visiting them in full superhero mode, reported Washington Post.
“Thank you Gal Gadot for visiting us at Inova Children’s Hospital. You are a true Wonder Woman. The kids loved it … and so did the staff,” Collazo’s tweet read.
— Dr. Lucas Collazo (@DrCollazo) July 6, 2018
As a super fan of Wonder Woman, Patty Seo-Mayer, who is a pediatric neurologist at the facility, also sent her appreciation for Gadot’s stopping by the hospital by her tweet that said, “Dear @GalGadot- Thank you SO MUCH for visiting my patients and colleagues at #InovaChildrensHospital!” she wrote. “Next time, can you align your visit with my call schedule? Love, #SuperFan.”
Dear @GalGadot– Thank you SO MUCH for visiting my patients and colleagues at #InovaChildrensHospital! Next time, can you align your visit with my call schedule? Love, #SuperFan pic.twitter.com/kmE7CoFRvE
— Patty Seo-Mayer (@PSeoMayer) July 7, 2018
According to Variety, since the release in the summer of 2017, “Wonder Woman” has earned $821.8 million worldwide. Its upcoming sequel which is planned to hit the theaters in November 2019, will be set in the 80s and reunite Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince and Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor.
— Patty Jenkins (@PattyJenks) June 13, 2018