Rebel Wilson Reveals She's Just 6.5lbs Away from Her Goal Weight

Rebel Wilson Reveals She’s Just 6.5lbs Away from Her Goal Weight

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It’s almost there for comedienne Rebel Wilson who on October, 4, revealed her life-changing health kick; announcing she is just three kilograms away from her goal weight.

Rebel Wilson Revealed She is Just three kilograms From Her Goal Weight Of 75kg/165lbs

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The Aussie star shared her real weight in a celebratory Instagram post alongside a photo she posed in activewear while looking out over Los Angeles City.

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“Happy Sunday everyone! Gearing up for a great week ahead,” she wrote.

“This week was super busy but I got up super early 3 times (6 am) and went on a hike…even did a couple of 100m sprints to get the heart rate even higher (although my ‘sprint’ is probably someone else’s ‘slow jog’) (sic)”.

“But I felt proud of myself and now only 3kg’s away from my goal weight! Rebs x”.

Her Sydney-based personal trainer, Jono Castano, commented below the post: ‘Amazing boss! You got this.

Earlier this year Wilson declared that 2020 was going to be “The Year of Health” and wanted to achieve her goal weight of 75kg.

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Wilson also shared a few throwback snaps from her recent trip to Monaco with her new man Jacob Busch and took her trainer’s advice as she ate a delicious dessert.

Rebel Also Shared Several Throwback Snaps From Her Recent Trip To Monaco

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In the pictures, she modelled a low-cut pink gown with elaborate, rose-inspired sleeves while standing on the balcony of her hotel suite.

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She then tucked into a fancy-looking dessert and reminded her followers in the caption that ‘you still gotta treat yourself’.

Taking Her Trainer’s Advice She Tucks Into a Delicious Dessert.

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‘Remember though girls, you still gotta treat yourself,’ the star wrote.

‘I just do it with food now only once or twice a week… and substitute bubble baths on alternate nights.’