Rebel Wilson is ‘in a really good place’ after Jacob Busch split

Rebel Wilson is in a good place. Photo: screenshot via Instagram/ @rebelwilson
Rebel Wilson is in a good place. Photo: screenshot via Instagram/ @rebelwilson

The 'Bridesmaids' actress has revealed she's happy with her life right now, following her recent health journey and split from Jacob Busch.

"I feel like I don't know if it's turning 40 or coming into your own. I feel in a good place. I am so busy with work, doing pooch perfect now, and I have three movies to shoot after this," she said.

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Despite feeling good, Rebel also admitted splitting from Jacob hasn’t been “ideal”.

"Any kind of breakup is hard and not ideal," she added. She confirmed her breakup in early February when she took to Instagram to share a picture of herself, in which she called herself a "single girl."

Rebel also shared that before getting involved with Jacob Busch, she had said yes to every date to anyone who asked her out. She said that she now knows to never to shut herself off love.

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A post shared by Rebel Wilson (@rebelwilson)Two months before breaking it off with Jacob Busch, Wilson said that losing weight has made her feel like she's blossomed in both her personal and professional lives.

"I feel like I have come into my own now and not just with health but with my career. I feel more in control," she said at the time.

She recently reached her goal of 75kg after having previously admitted that she struggle with emotional eating before embarking on her weight loss transformation.

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Source: US Weekly

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