Rebel Wilson shared some sweet photos from a trip to Italy with friend Ramona Agruma.
The Australian actress, 42, spoke out last week after allegations a newspaper tried to “out” her before going public her new relationship.
The star took to her Instagram feed earlier this month to post a sweet snap with California resident Ramona, before telling her 11.1million followers: “I thought I was looking for a Disney prince… but maybe I needed to.” I really love a Disney Princess #loveislove” all the time,” with two pink heart emojis and one rainbow emoji.
It looks like things are still going well with the couple as Rebel shared several beloved holiday snaps of the couple in Italy, where they were visiting for a mutual friend’s birthday party.
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In one photo, the couple can be seen holding hands while beaming at the camera, and in another similar shot posted to the star’s Instagram Story, Ramona can be seen gazing lovingly at her partner while rebel looks at the floor.
Rebel wears a yellow floral dress with puff sleeves and a pair of nude heels, while girlfriend Ramona wears slouchy black pants and a white top worn under an oversized jacket with white detailing.
In another photo, the couple can be seen standing together on a bridge, surrounded by several friends, and looking across the water at the camera.
Shortly after she announced her romance with Ramona, a reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald, Andrew Hornery, published a story in which she claimed she “got the news” from him.
He claimed to have given the Pitch Perfect star “two days to comment on her new relationship with another woman,” but then called it a “big mistake.”
Hornery added, “Wilson chose to look at history…”
Many celebrities and fans alike were outraged by the article, including another journalist, Kate Doak, who wrote on Twitter, “So apparently it wasn’t @RebelWilson’s decision to come out…
“The @smh/@theage have admitted to giving her 2 days’ notice that they would ‘out’ her. What’s worse, openly gay men in the Sydney Morning Herald were involved,” with a palm emoji.
Rebel broke her silence on the matter and decided to reply to Kate, saying she was trying to handle the situation “with grace”.
She wrote: “Thanks for your comments it’s been a very difficult situation but I’ve tried to handle it with grace,” followed by a red heart emoji.
Since the article and Rebel’s response, Hornery has written a different story, to admit that he “made mistakes”.
“I learned some new and difficult lessons from this, and I want to be frank with you about the things I did wrong,” he wrote.
He continued, “I really regret that Rebel found this difficult. That was never my intention. But I see that she handled it all with extraordinary grace. As a gay man, I am well aware of how much discrimination hurts. The last me would ever want to inflict this pain on anyone else.”
Hornery continued, “It’s not the Herald’s business to ‘out’ people and that’s not what we’re going to do. But I understand why my email was considered a threat.
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