Rebel Wilson has found her perfect match.
The “Pitch Perfect” alum and “Senior Year” star shared an Instagram post on June 9 announcing her new same-sex relationship with sustainable clothing brand founder Ramona Agruma.
“I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince,” Wilson captioned with rainbow emojis, “but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess #loveislove.”
Wilson recently told People that she met her latest love interest “through a friend” and had an “old school” courtship involving long phone calls to build a “healthy relationship” foundation. Wilson was previously linked to Anheuser-Busch brewing company heir Jacob Busch earlier this year.
“It was really important to me that, obviously, we cast an openly gay actor for the role of Donny [in ‘Isn’t It Romantic?’] so that the character could not in any way be construed as mocking a gay guy,” Wilson told the Los Angeles Times in 2019. “I think we make a really clever comment about how gay characters have been marginalized in the past few decades. It’s come a long way now like [with] the work of Ryan Murphy, presenting such complex characters, but only 10 or 20 years ago that wasn’t represented.”
The “Hustle” actress also opened up about a past #MeToo assault by an unnamed co-star early in her career.
“It was awful and disgusting,” Wilson said earlier this year. “And all the behavior afterwards — this was all before #MeToo — where they kind of tried to destroy me and my career. If it had happened after #MeToo, then I could have just blasted them.”
Wilson, who has a law degree, added, “I thought even complaining to my agency was a big step. And to complain to the studio. I found out I was like the fourth person to complain about the guy. Such gross behavior, but a lot of women have had it way worse. Definitely amongst industry circles, I made sure people knew what happened.”
Wilson will next appear onscreen in Celyn Jones’ “The Almond and the Seahorse” about an archaeologist and an architect who together fight to re-imagine a future after traumatic brain injury leaves them adrift from the people they love. Charlotte Gainsbourg also stars.