In honor of Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary, Wonder Woman was designated as an United Nations Honorary Ambassador and Gal Gadot who currently plays Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe and Lynda Carter who played Wonder Woman in the 1970’s television series, were at the United Nation in New York City as representatives for Wonder Woman.
This event would mark the first time Gadot and Carter meet each other.
Celebrating #WonderWoman‘s designation as the @UN‘s first Honorary Ambassador!#WithWonderWoman #WonderWoman75 pic.twitter.com/c6VOhqwopp
— #WonderWoman (@WonderWomanFilm) October 21, 2016
.@GalGadot, @PattyJenks, @RealLyndaCarter, and more were all #WithWonderWoman at today’s @UN event for female empowerment and equality! pic.twitter.com/HDq8vNQ8OP
— DC (@DCComics) October 21, 2016
#WonderWoman meet @WonderWomanFilm. #WonderWoman75 #WithWonderWoman @DCComics #dccomics #DCRebirth #LyndaCarter #GalGadot pic.twitter.com/2BVteuHofe
— Tony Scipione (@Seven_Soldiers) October 21, 2016
Was looking forward to finally meeting the woman who first embodied the character that I LOVE. @RealLyndaCarter is such an AMAZING woman! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/TY1Z1U6Xlw
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) October 22, 2016
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