Rebel Wilson smiles as she shops in West Hollywood in fitted leather leggings


Rebel Wilson was all smiles as she walked down the street carrying her goods after starting her weekend shopping in stylish and appealing attire.

Rebel Wilson, 41, appeared to be having the time of her life as she went shopping on Jan. 28. When she strolled by paparazzi while shopping in West Hollywood, CA, the actress flashed a wide grin. She was dressed in an eye-catching costume.

A white blouse was worn under a black Burberry jacket, which was paired with black leather leggings and fuchsia ankle boots.

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Rebel Wilson during her shopping outing.

During the outing, she wore her blonde hair down and wore sunglasses while carrying many shopping bags. She also carried her handbag, and after her shopping was done, she made her way back to her parked automobile.

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Rebel Wilson showing off her black leather leggings.

Rebel’s latest appearance comes three days after she made a fashion statement during a training session. The Australian beauty went for a stroll in the Los Angeles region wearing a green hoodie and matching cycling shorts. She also carried a bottle of water and her phone while wearing a black baseball cap and black sneakers.

Rebel has gotten a lot of attention in recent years for being so candid about her fitness and weight loss journey. Her followers have been impressed by her hard work and zest for life as they have watched her progress through videos and images she has shared on social media.

The Pitch Perfect star previously said that, despite her earlier attempts at dieting, she eventually discovered that her weight was linked to the «emotional side» of eating, and that’s when things began to change for her.

«I’d go on tiny diets and stuff to try to reduce a few pounds here and there… In February 2021, Rebel told Extra, «This is the first time I haven’t gained any weight back.» «I suppose it was different this time because I approached it from all angles… The emotional side, which I suffered from as classical emotional eating, was the largest issue I hadn’t really worked on… so I really focused on that side.»