The ‘Pooch Perfect’ star informs fans about her weight loss journey
Rebel Wilson has an encouraging message for her fans.
The 41-year-old actress dubbed 2020 the “year of health” and kept fans up-to-date on her weight loss journey. Since then, she has continued her instinct of self-care and occasionally takes a look at the results of her hard work.
In a powerful new Instagram post, the “Pitch Perfect” and “Pooch Perfect” star asked her fans not to hold back from taking better care of themselves.
for snapshot – followed by a couple NS positions Containing photos from the same photoshoot – Wilson wore a bright red one-piece swimsuit as she stood near a dead tree in the bright blue waters near The Brando Resort in French Polynesia.
Rebel Wilson Powers poses in zip-up swimsuit on the beach
The suit had long sleeves and a deep-V and was teamed with sunglasses as the actress’s blonde hair fell on her shoulders. He also shared a picture of it on Twitter.
She wrote in the caption, “It’s never too late to better yourself – to improve your health, your heart, your happiness, your harmony.” “For everyone trying to be just a little better this week: Go for it!”
The star added: “Every bit counts. Every effort is worth it. You deserve it.”
Fans praised the star a lot in the comments.
Rebel Wilson says she’s ‘really proud’ of herself after dropping 60 lbs. in 2020
“You are the best, rebel!” Wrote one. “You cast a beautiful happy glow and I live for it.”
“You’re just awesome!” blew the other.
A third added: “You are really beautiful and such an inspiration.”
“You’re amazing rebel! An inspiration,” said another.
Over the summer, the actress revealed that her weight loss was driven by a desire to someday have a baby.
She said during an Instagram Live session in July that she Thatch 65 pounds to have a “better chance” of getting pregnant.
“It’s such a great question, but I’m going to try to answer it for you,” Wilson said at the time, per page six. “It first started when I was looking at fertility material and the doctor was like, ‘Well, you’d have a better chance if you were healthy.'”