Nobody spent Memorial Day better than Rebel Wilson!
The 41-year-old actress presented the trophy during the World Polo Pride in Palm Beach, Florida before going to the beach where she flaunted her amazing body in a black body-hugging swimsuit.
Wilson took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a black one-piece rash guard with short sleeves and a zipper in front. She wore black Givenchy slides and completed the summertime look with sunglasses and a blue brimmed hat to protect herself from the sun. She then captioned the post, “Palm Beach-ing. I think I wanna move to Florida now.”
One of her fans commented, “Move over Pam Anderson, we got a new Baywatch babe! Yaassss gurl!” while another Instagram user wrote, “You look incredible.”
The Pitch Perfect actress also shared some photos of her look for the World Polo Pride while flying on a private plane on her way to Palm Beach. For the event, she wore a Saint Laurent ensemble consisting of black bike short and black off-shoulder top. She paired the outfit with black strappy sandals. According to her, she loved taking part in the “positive forward-thinking equality party”.
This isn’t the first time that Wilson shared photos that showcase her figure. Last month, she shared mirror selfies of herself in a black thong bodysuit that showed off her body.
She also posted a photo on her Instagram Story and captioned it, “She’s glamorous on set today.” In another photo, she turned around so she could capture a picture of her backside.
The actress admitted to showing off the effects of her weight loss journey last year. In February, she shared with the Television Critics Association panel for Pooch Perfect, “I’m feeling great and I lost 60 pounds last year.”
Earlier this year, Wilson told PEOPLE, “My goal was never to be skinny. I don’t focus too much on the numbers. I still look like me. I love being curvy and I’m still super curvy but just a healthier version. That was my goal.”- Advertisement -
She added, “I just try to encourage everyone to be the healthiest version of themselves. That doesn’t necessarily mean being smaller in size, it just means not engaging in unhealthy behaviors. I like to think I look good at all sizes.”