Rebel Wilson and girlfriend Ramona Agruma have been enjoying a romantic trip around Europe after going public with their relationship.
And now the pair are enjoying a stay in a luxury cave hotel in Turkey, where their suite costs around $ 3,561 per night.
Their room at the Museum Hotel in Cappadocia has its very own indoor pool and jacuzzi.
Inside Rebel Wilson and Ramona Agruma’s romantic Turkish getaway: New couple stay in a $ 3,561 per night luxury cave hotel room complete with their own private jacuzzi and pool
Fashion designer Ramona shared a video of their accommodation to Instagram on Monday.
She also shared a picture of herself and Rebel cuddling up for a selfie as they made their way to dinner.
Rebel looked stunning in a black lace dress with a gold ring and could be seen tucking into some food.
The couple are staying at the Museum Hotel in Cappadocia and have a room with their own indoor pool and a jacuzzi
Before heading to Turkey, Rebel and Ramona enjoyed a stay on the French Island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea.
The comedic actress, who publicly announced her relationship with Ramona in an Instagram post on June 10, looked absolutely radiant as she posed in a retro-style bikini while taking in the stunning sights on a yacht.
They have also traveled to Iceland and Italy during their European vacation.
Ramona also shared a picture of herself and Rebel posing up together for a selfie as they made their way to dinner. Rebel looked chic in a black lace dress with a gold ring and could be seen tucking into some food
‘Good morning Cappadocia,’ Ramona captioned one picture of herself
Before heading to Turkey, Rebel and Ramona enjoyed a stay on the French Island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea
Rebel publicly announced her romance with Ramona in an Instagram post on June 10, sharing a photo of the pair cosying up to one another.
‘I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess,’ she wrote.
The pair have been seen together since early this year, and they even walked the red carpet together at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party in March.
Rebel still hasn’t shared many details about her new love, who is an LA-based fashion designer and the owner of the sustainable fashion brand Lemon Ve Limon.
Shortly after her Instagram post, it was revealed that Rebel went public about her relationship and her sexuality in order to get ahead of a story from the Sydney Morning Herald after the Australian paper banned to ‘out’ her.
Shortly after she posted her photo, the paper’s gossip columnist Andrew Hornery accused the actress of ‘gazumping’ his scoop by speaking out on her own terms.
Rebel publicly announced her romance with Ramona in an Instagram post on June 10, sharing a photo of the pair cosying up to one another. Pictured in Iceland
‘Thanks for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace,’ she later wrote in a reply to a Twitter post by Channel 10’s Kate Doak.
In his original piece, Hornery wrote that he gave the Bridesmaids star two days to respond to questioning, effectively forcing the actress’ hand, yet became angry when the star chose to take control of the narrative himself.
‘It was with an abundance of caution and respect that this media outlet emailed Rebel Wilson’s representatives on Thursday morning, giving her two days to comment on her new relationship with LA leisure wear designer Ramona Agruma, before publishing a single word,’ he wrote.
‘Big mistake. Wilson opted to gazump the story, posting about her new ‘Disney Princess’ on Instagram early Friday morning, the same platform she had previously used to brag about her handsome ex-boyfriend, wealthy American beer baron Jacob Busch.
‘Considering how bitterly Wilson had complained about poor journalism standards… her choice ignore our discreet genuine and honest queries was underwhelming.’
The article prompted a major backlash on social media with users bowled over by the newspaper’s insensitivity, prompting editor Bevan Shields to pen a lengthy statement denying any wrongdoing and wishing the couple well.
Hornery subsequently apologized for his ‘tone’ in the article, and he claimed he never meant to ‘inflict pain’ when he approached the star about her relationship.
‘I genuinely regret that Rebel has found this hard,’ Hornery said in a column that replaced Sunday’s article. ‘That was never my intention. But I see she has handled it all with extraordinary grace. ‘
He added that, ‘As a gay man I’m well aware of how deeply discrimination hurts. The last thing I would ever want to do is inflict that pain on someone else. ‘
Shortly after her Instagram post, it was revealed that Rebel went public about her relationship and her sexuality in order to get ahead of a story from the Sydney Morning Herald after the Australian paper banned to ‘out’ her
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