Rebel Wilson has found his ‘Disney Princess’, introduces his girlfriend to the world in a new Instagram post

It’s Pride Month and Rebel Wilson has just introduced the world to the love of her life. On Thursday, Wilson posted a photo to Instagram of herself and girlfriend Ramona Agruma. The two can be seen beaming on camera.

“I thought I was looking for a Disney Prince…but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess #loveislove,” Wilson wrote in the caption.

Just a month ago, Wilson told People she’d settled down with her new partner, but at that time, she hadn’t revealed much.

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“We talked on the phone for weeks before we met. And it was a really good way to get to know each other,” she said. “It was kind of old-school in that sense, very romantic.”

“I think going through the process of finding more self-esteem, I think what you want in a partner is high and so it’s great to have someone who feels like a partner. equal and to be in a healthy relationship,” Wilson added. “There were times – I’m not saying with all my exes, they’re great – but there were times when I was probably putting up with what I shouldn’t have. So it’s different to be in a really healthy relationship.”

In the past, Wilson dated Jacob Busch, whose family founded the Anheuser-Busch brewing company. The couple split in February 2021, four months after going Instagram official.

The actress recently made news for her remarkable weight loss transformation.

Australian star Rebel Wilson lost 35 kg following this diet

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