Rebel Wilson struts his stuff.
Earlier this year, the 40-year-old Australian actress called 2020 “the year of health” as she embarked on her weight loss journey.
In May, Wilson shared that his fitness goal was to lose weight to 75 kg – about 165 lb. – by the end of the year.
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Now the “Cats” star is turning heads with a handful of photos from a recent party, showing her figure.
In his first article, Wilson shared two photos of her in a silky knee-length dress with a deep V-neck. A thin gold belt completes the set.
In the caption, the actress said she was in Australia to promote her new original show on Amazon, “LOL: Last One Laughing”.
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A few hours later, Wilson shared a few more photos in the same outfit, but this time posing with one of his friends. In the first photo, the two stood together and smiled at the camera, while the second featured the friends half-laughing.
The Sydney Opera House was visible in the background of the photos.
Wilson appeared on the Australian morning show “Sunrise” on Monday where she talked about her fitness routine while distancing herself from the heart of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I worked a lot, which was difficult with the restrictions on coronaviruses because I had to go to the park and lie on the ground doing my sit-ups,” she told the branch (via news .com .au). “Now it’s cold in the morning, so I’m glad the gyms reopen,” she added.
When Wilson shared her weight loss goal last month, she urged fans to stick to their own goals, promising, “It will be worth it.” ”
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“Try to make a little effort every day … I know that some days are frustrating like hell, you want to give up, you are annoyed by the lack of progress … but good things happen” wrote on Instagram , next to a sweaty photo of her.
She went on to explain that in addition to losing weight, she was “working hard” to push one of her films into production.