"What I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess," she said of her new partner.
Rebel Wilson is sharing the new developments in her love life with fans.
The Senior Year actress took to Instagram to share that she is in a relationship with fashion and jewelry designer Ramona Agruma. "I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess," she wrote in the caption of the post along with a picture of the two of them. She also shared it with the hashtag, "Love is love." Wilson's announcement comes during Pride Month which is celebrated in the month of June each year.
Speaking to PEOPLE last month, Wilson had shared how she set up with her new partner "through a friend." She had not revealed whom she was with at the time. "We spoke on the phone for weeks before meeting," she shared. "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 added, "I think going through the process of finding more self-worth, I think that what you want in a partner is elevated and so it's great to have someone who feels like an equal partner and be in a healthy relationship."
A friend even revealed that the 42-year-old is in a great place and has never been happier. "There were times — I'm not saying with all my exes, they're great — but there were some times that I was probably putting up with that I shouldn't have," Wilson had previously shared. "So it feels different to be in a really healthy relationship." The Pitch Perfect actress had also previously shared how she used dating apps before meeting her current partner. “I was on and off on the Raya app, but this was a friend set up,” she said. “He had known both of us for at least five years and he thought we would hit it off – and then we did!”
In 2019, Rebel went on a journey of self-discovery and called it the "Year of Love" experiment. That year she said that she dated "about 50 people in that one year." Wilson explained, "For a woman my age—at that point, I was 39—I really wanted a relationship, but I had only had a few small relationships. So I was like, ‘I've gotta just get more practice in dating.'" She added, "I deliberately wanted to push myself and date a whole bunch of people and get that experience, which I know in itself is not normal. But, to me, it actually really helped me in finding what I liked and what I didn't like. It was a fun thing."