Gal Gadot's Daughters Are Already Deciding 'Who Gets What' from Her Jewelry Collection

Courtesy Tiffany & Co.
Gal Gadot is often adorned with diamonds - be it in new films (she has two upcoming films with big side moments) or in fancy plays at virtual premieres (she wore Tiffany & Co. to the Wonder Woman 1984 celebration). But at the moment two people are already watching their jewelry box full of precious stones - their daughters Alma (9) and Maya (3).
"They love jewelry and accessories," the 35-year-old Gadot told PEOPLE. "Every time you see me wearing something new, they are always very intrigued. They already decide among themselves who gets what when they grow up."
Some of the pieces that will no doubt stand out are the Tiffany & Co. jewels that will be worn in their two upcoming films.
Courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures Gal Gadot at the 1984 Wonder Woman Virtual Premiere
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In her new 1984 film Wonder Woman (released on Christmas Day), Gadot's character Diana Prince adds another piece of "armor" to her superhero costume when she dons the bone cuff designed by Elsa Peretti for the jewelry from Tiffany & Co.'s house over 50 years ago.
Clay Enos Gal Gadot wears the Tiffany & Co. Bone Cuff in Wonder Woman 1984
"I've always loved Elsa Peretti's iconic bone cuff as it is a symbol of power and glamor," says Gadot of her on-screen wardrobe. "When Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins decided to give it to Diana Prince in 1984, I thought it was the perfect piece of jewelry to celebrate the strength of the character."
As if wearing a legendary Tiffany & Co. piece wasn't epic enough, fans will notice another highlight from the house in their other new release, Death on the Nile.
The 1937 film adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel, directed by Kenneth Branagh, stars Gadot and Armie Hammer, who play a glamorous duo whose honeymoon is interrupted when a guest is murdered on their river cruise. While we will have to wait another year to see the glamorous wardrobe (it was announced last week that the film's release would be postponed to September 17, 2021), the wait will be worth it.
"The look of my character Linette throughout the film is definitely one of my favorites," says Gadot.
Alamy Gal Gadot wears the Tiffany diamond in Death on the Nile
An outstanding point? The replica of the iconic Tiffany yellow diamond - worn by Lady Gaga at the 2019 Oscars - that Gadot says she was "thrilled" to wear in the movie.
David Fisher / REX / Shutterstock Lady Gaga at the 2019 Oscars
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Lady Gaga first debuted the diamond (which weighs over 128 carats) on the carpet 141 years after it was discovered in South Africa by Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder of Tiffany & Co.
Bettmann / Getty Audrey Hepburn took promotional photos for Tiffany's breakfast
The only other stars who have ever worn the piece? Audrey Hepburn, who wore it on promotional photos for her famous 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany's, and celebrity Mary Whitehouse, who debuted it at the 1957 Tiffany Ball in Newport, Rhode Island.
With all the jewel talk, if you want to add something to your vacation wish list, Gadot has curated her favorite pieces in a gift guide at that is full of standout accessories and beautiful pieces for the home.
Courtesy Tiffany & Co.
Will she put on a few gems over the holidays? She plans to keep things calm this year. "We keep it very intimate, my parents flew to us after weeks of quarantine," says Gadot. "We'll hold it back at home."
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