Rebel Wilson admits she’s ‘sad’ she didn’t lose weight sooner but insists ‘it’s not a race’ after dropping 60-pounds

REBEL Wilson has revealed her sadness at waiting until she was 40 to dramatically slim down.

The actress, who is now 41, has dropped an incredible 60lbs after declaring at the start of 2020 that it was going to be her 'Year Of Health'.


But in a new interview, Rebel has admitted she regrets not shedding the pounds and getting into shape sooner.

Speaking to InStyle, the Aussie star said: "Now that I know I can do it, sometimes I feel sad that I didn't do it earlier.

"Maybe I should have tried when I was 30, not 40. But everybody's journey is different, and it's not a race or competition."

Rebel did, however, go on to urge her fans to follow in her footsteps if they feel the need to get healthy – no matter what age they are.



Explaining how she found little differences to her lifestyle – including daily strolls in the park – helped, the Bridesmaids star added: "Anyone can go on walks and drink more water and do little, consistent things that’ll improve their lives.

"It's not too late to start, no matter what age you are."

Rebel made a New Year's resolution in 2020 to reach her target weight of 165 pounds.

In order to achieve her goal, she decided to "avoid sugar and junk food" and began working out more frequently.


The Pitch Perfect star has been documenting her weight loss journey on social media, amazing fans with her incredible transformation.

Rebel also previously told The US Sun that she chose to lose the weight for herself, rather than let a movie role dictate her size.

The actress said she realized that being heavier was not doing any favors to her mental health, explaining: “It's not like I want to lose weight and get to around a certain number.


"It's more than that, it's about dealing mentally with why I was overeating and I had a job where I was paid a lot of money to be bigger, at times, which kind of can mess with your head a bit."

Speaking to us in July last year, she added: "Now I'm just trying to work on the mental side and the physical job and doing a lot of personal training.

"And on the nutrition side, like it's cool, I should probably write a book at some point about it because people seem to be interested."

 

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