Rebel Wilson reveals she is engaged to girlfriend Ramona Agruma
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Rebel Wilson has dropped yet another bombshell, revealing she and her fashion designer girlfriend Ramona Agruma are engaged.
The Australian actor, 42, made international headlines when it was revealed she was dating a woman in June 2022.
She then made headlines again when she surprised us all with her new baby girl, Royce, born via surrogate.
Now, in another incredible personal update, she shared that Agruma got down on one knee and she said yes.
The Australian actress, 42, and girlfriend Ramona Agruma are set to wed after they first revealed they were a couple in June 2022.
Wilson shared a post on social media to share the happy news with her fans.
"We said YES! Thank you Tiffany and Co for the stunning ring and to Bob Iger and the incredible team at Disneyland for pulling off this magical surprise," she wrote.
She shared two adorable snaps of the moment.
In one, Wilson and Agruma can be seen wearing matching pink and white striped sweaters with a black heart stitched in the centre of each jumper.
The shot also shows the loved-up couple sharing a kiss while Agruma extends her arm out to show off her flashy new bling.
The other shows the adorable couple in front of Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty castle while flower petals rain down from above.
Wilson's personal life has been going from strength to strength in recent months, and, honestly, us here at the UNILAD office couldn't be more thrilled for her.
Baby Royce arrived in November, with the Aussie star sharing a happy snap of her new daughter on social media.
"Beyond proud to announce the birth of my first child, Royce Lillian, born this past week via surrogate.
"I can’t even describe the love I have for her, she’s a beautiful miracle," the star said.
Wilson took to social media in June to confirm her relationship with Agruma back in June after she was cruelly booted out of the closet by Sydney Morning Herald journalist Andrew Hornery.
Hornery had approached her for comment and threatened to out her publicly over her relationship with a woman.
Wilson fought back by undercutting his story, posting her truth and therefore taking away the sensationalism of Horner's piece.
Horner, who is also gay, copped widespread ire for the 'grubby' move, and instead of issuing a grovelling apology he wrote a scathing op-ed lashing out at Wilson for sharing her own news before he could.
In her social post to undercut Horner's scoop, Wilson said she had previously 'thought [she] was searching for a Disney Prince', before adding: "But maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess."
Wilson ended the caption with the emoji of a rainbow, a symbol of LGBTQ+ pride, and the hashtag 'love is love'.
And, looking at her engagement, she sure as hell wasn't kidding about feeling like a Disney princess.