Hollywood actress‘It was devastating’ – Rebel Wilson had no viable embryos
A few days ago, the actress announced that she became a mother through surrogacy. But the path to the desired child was an emotional tour de force for her.
It was surprising news: Rebel Wilson and her partner Ramona Agruma (38) became parents. The actress announced this just a few days ago along with the first photo of her daughter Royce Lillian on Instagram. The baby was born through surrogacy because Wilson was unable to conceive. The baby was a “beautiful miracle,” she wrote in her post. The 42-year-old woman has now revealed her difficult path to maternal happinessPeople»-Magazine.
In the interview, Wilson talks about her role as “Sarah” in her new film, “The Almond and the Seahorse.” A character in the show “definitely wants a baby”, a parallel to her own life. Because during filming, the actress was following her own family planning with fertility treatment. “While I was on set, I received the terrible news that all the eggs I had collected until then had not survived the thawing process,” says the Hollywood star.
“It was an emotional time”
“I had lost a lot of weight and by then had three operations and no viable embryos. It was devastating,” he adds. Through what she went through in her private life, she was able to play the role even more authentically, she explains. “There were feelings of loss, feelings of hope — and all of that played into my performance. It was a very emotional time.”
The Australian native, who became known as “Fat Amy” in the “Pitch Perfect” film series, introduced her new love on Instagram in June. He is dating entrepreneur and fashion designer Ramona Agruma. “I thought I was looking for a Disney prince… but maybe I needed a Disney princess all along,” Wilson wrote. According to US media reports, Wilson’s previous relationship with businessman son Jacob Busch ended in early 2021.
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