Rebel Wilson recently went public with girlfriend Ramona Agruma with the pair taking to Instagram over the weekend to share some sweet snaps from their trip to Sardinia, Italy.
In one snap, the pair walk hand-in-hand with Rebel wearing a yellow and white patterned midi dress, while Ramona went for a black Prada coat with white piping and black pants.
"Ciao bellas," Rebel captioned the snap with her followers loving the snap.
"So happy for you love," Paris Hilton commented on the photo, while many others commented with love heart emojis.
"I love everything about this photo - it’s in Italy, the giant cobblestones, the olive tree 🌳, the Juliet balcony, the colours, the shoes, the sandals, the bag, the suit, the dress, the reference to’Bellas’ but my favourite bit is the smiles!" one follower wrote.
"This photo brings so much joy!!!" another added.
"This is adorable!! You deserve nothing but the best," a third said.
"Glad to know you're happy," a fourth wrote.
Rebel and Ramona posed with friends in other photos and in another, the actress posed in a peach coloured bikini with matching jacket.
Rebel receives apology from SMH
It comes after Sydney Morning Herald journalist Andrew Hornery revealed he'd planned to out Rebel's relationship with Ramona, complaining he'd been 'gazumped' when the actress shared the news herself on Instagram earlier this month.
An editor's note attempted to justify the paper's actions without apology, however, the journalist did end up apologising in a column about his 'mistakes'.
Titled ‘I made mistakes over Rebel Wilson, and will learn from them’, Andrew writes that he has learned some ‘new and difficult lessons’.
“I genuinely regret that Rebel has found this hard. That was never my intention. But I see she has handled it all with extraordinary grace,” he wrote for SMH.
“As a gay man I’m well aware of how deeply discrimination hurts. The last thing I would ever want to do is inflict that pain on someone else.”
He explains that the star had been posting photos of herself with Ramona on her Instagram account for months, and ‘assumed’ she may be ready to talk about her new relationship.
He admits that the publication ‘mishandled’ their approach, and while he did give the star a deadline to reply to his query, it wasn’t meant to be taken as a ‘threat’.
“It is not the Herald’s business to ‘out’ people and that is not what we set out to do. But I understand why my email has been seen as a threat. The framing of it was a mistake,” he wrote.
The SMH has now deleted Andrew’s original column and has replaced it with his ‘apology’.
Rebel broke her silence on the matter after the original column was released, taking to Twitter to write, "Thank you for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace."
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