We all know and love Rebel Wilson for her lead roles in the hit films Pitch Perfect and Senior Year, but we are so excited to learn about her announcement of joining the Queer family!
The 42-year-old revealed her girlfriend, Ramona Agruma, in an adorable Instagram post yesterday.
“I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess 💗🌈💗 #loveislove,” she wrote.
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Fans and other celebrities were overjoyed for the couple and the comment section was flooded with positivity.
“BEAUTIES!!! So happy for you both! POWER COUPLE” wrote actor and singer Joshua Colley.
Agruma is the founder of a Los Angeles-based clothing brand, Lemon Ve Limon, and a brand ambassador for Bee Goddess jewellery.
Rebel Wilson shared more about her relationship in May 2022 during an interview with People Magazine. Although she did not share who she was dating at this time, the actress said she met her new partner through a friend.
“We spoke on the phone for weeks before meeting. And that was a really good way to get to know each other. It was a bit old-school in that sense — very romantic,” she said.
During an interview on the U Up? podcast, Wilson was excited to share more details about her personal life with hosts Jordana Abraham and Jared Freid.
@betches On the latest U Up? Podcast, @Rebel Wilson spills the tea on her dating experience in her 20s. Link in bio 🎙 #datingstorytime #datingstories #rebelwilson ♬ original sound – betches
“I deliberately wanted to push myself to date a bunch of people and gain that experience, which I know is not normal, but it really helped me find out what I liked and what I didn’t like,” she added.
Wilson is one of many LGBTQ+ celebrities to come out in 2022. GCN recently highlighted 9 celebrities who came out as LGBTQ+ in 2022 so far as well as 17 LGBTQ+ celebrities who came out in 2021
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