My First on-screen Kiss With a Woman ‘opened My Heart Up,’ Says Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson thinks she “would have never met” Ramona Agruma if she hadn’t kissed a woman on screen for the first time. The 42-year-old actress told The Hollywood Reporter that her life changed after she kissed Charlotte Gainsbourg in “The Almond and the Seahorse.”
The Australian actress told the site, “I’d never kissed a woman before, so I was thinking, ‘Oh God, how’s that going to go?'” She suggested that the movie have a love interest who is a woman.
She said, “I don’t know why I said that, but I just thought it might work.” I used to date a woman, but we never actually kissed. Charlotte then kissed him. I didn’t think it mattered.”
She also said, “I don’t know if I would have ever met if I hadn’t met Charlotte and the other women. These things made me think about it. Many thanks. It changed how I felt about my partner.”
Wilson’s first serious role was filmed in 2021, months before she met the jewellery designer. In June 2022, Wilson told his fans about Agruma on Instagram. This was his way of coming out as LGBTQIA+.
The “Pitch Perfect” star wrote in the caption of a selfie, “I was looking for a Disney Prince, but maybe what I really needed all along was a Disney Princess #loveislove.”
Page Six said that at the Casamigos Halloween party seven months later, they were all excited about being engaged. Wilson’s first child, Royce Lillian, was born through a surrogate in the month of November.
Agruma has talked about the challenges of being a parent, but it wasn’t clear if she was raising the baby alone or with someone else. Agruma said on “The Morning Show” that you start to think about other people instead of yourself.
She also said, “When you think things like, ‘Oh, I wish I could go get a massage or something,’ your priorities change. I just want to be with her at home.”
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