Gal Gadot has been married to her husband, Jaron Varsano, for over a decade already. What most don’t know is that Varsano is a strong force behind the Wonder Woman star. Gossip Cop compiled some fun facts about the couple that Gadot’s fans will surely love, check it out.
Gal Gadot and Jaron Varsano, whose name is occasionally spelled Yaron, met at a party. In an interview with Glamour in 2016, Gadot shared how she met the love of her life.
“We met nearly 10 years ago through mutual friends at this very strange party in the Israeli desert,” she told the magazine.
“It was all about yoga, chakras, and eating healthy—we didn’t exactly find ourselves there, but we found each other.”
When asked if it was love at first or if she knew that he was the one right away, Gadot felt that she knew it. However, she was too young to get it because he is 10 years older than her.
On their second date, Varsano told her that he was serious with her and won’t wait for another two years to ask her to marry him. So, they got married in 2008.
According to Gossip Cop, Gal Gadot’s husband, Jaron Varsano, is a businessman and a real estate developer based in Israel. His business in the real estate often brings him to the front pages like his celebrity wife.
One of Varsano’s most notable property is the Varsano Hotel, which he co-owned with his brother. In 2015, the Varsano brothers decided to cashed in on their investment and sold the hotel to billionaire Roman Abramovich for roughly $25 million.
Gal Gadot’s spouse isn’t shy in showing his love to his wife on social media. Jaron Varsano often featured his wife on his Instagram account.
In March, he praised Gadot to commemorate the International Women’s Day.
“I’m so lucky to be married to a strong independent woman. She is my partner my friend my lover,” he wrote.
According to Varsano, he learns something from Gadot on a daily basis before adding, “she empowers me and helps me become a better version of myself.”
In April, he also posted another photo of them together. Both are all smiles in their selfie photo.
“14 years ago feels like yesterday. G you are my beating heart. Keep safe y’all,” he wrote in the caption.
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