Rebel Wilson Stuns In Hot Pink Bathing Suit After 50-Pound Weight Loss!

Rebel Wilson Stuns In Hot Pink Bathing Suit After 50-Pound Weight Loss!

Rebel Wilson looks better and feels happier by the day! The actress has managed to lose a considerable amount of weight during the quarantine and so, every new picture she posts on social media is also considered an update on her progress.

Her latest post shows the blonde star in a hot pink bathing suit after also posing with her boyfriend, Jacob Busch, who was shirtless at the time of their beach outing.

The Australian actress is living her best life and it makes sense since she previously declared 2020 to be her ‘year of health.’

On October 11, Rebel Wilson shared a new pic of her rocking a hot pink swimsuit and in the caption, she jokingly wrote that ‘I’m ready to step in for Australia at individual synchronized swimming.’

The snap shows the actress in the colorful one-piece, throwing her arms in the air joyfully.

Looking at the camera, Rebel, who was wearing a pair of trendy cat-eye sunglasses, smiled brightly, her hair blowing in the wind.

Just a day before, Rebel also posted another pic, this one also featuring her beau, Jacob Busch.

While the man showed off his hunky body with no shirt on, Rebel had on yet another one-piece swimsuit, this time around, a black one.

The happy pair made their romance red carpet official at Prince Albert’s Planetary Health Gala on September 24.

As for her fans first being introduced to her new man, Rebel posted a pic that featured him alongside other A-list names such as Kate Beckinsale and Helen Mirren, boarding a private jet heading to Monaco for the gala.

The pic in which the couple posed arm in arm made them Instagram official.

As for her healthy lifestyle, Rebel opened up about how proud she was of herself earlier this month: ‘Happy Sunday everyone! Gearing up for a great week ahead. this week was super busy but I got up super early three times (6 am) and went on a hike…even did a couple 100 m sprints to get my heart rate even higher.’