Rebel Wilson looks so happy in loved-up snaps with girlfriend Ramona Agruma in Italy

Rebel Wilson has shared some sweet photos of a trip to Italy with her girlfriend Ramona Agruma.

The Australian actress, 42, spoke out last week after it was claimed a newspaper tried to “out” her before she went public with her new relationship.

The star took to her Instagram feed earlier this month to post a sweet snap with California-based Ramona before telling her 11.1million followers: "I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess #loveislove," with two pink heart emojis and a rainbow emoji.

It looks like things are still going strong with the couple, as Rebel shared several loved-up holiday snaps of the couple in Italy, where they were visiting for a mutual friends birthday celebrations.

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In one photo, the couple can be seen hand in hand as they beam at the camera and in another similar shot posted to the star’s Instagram story, Ramona can be seen gazing lovingly at her partner as Rebel gazes down at the ground.

Rebel is wearing a yellow floral dress with puffy sleeves along with a pair of nude heels, while girlfriend Ramona is wearing a casual pair of black trousers and a white top, worn under an oversized jacket with white detailing.

In another photo, the couple can be seen standing together on a bridge, surrounded by several friends and gazing across the water at the camera.

Shortly after she announced her romance with Ramona, a reporter from The Sydney Morning Herald, Andrew Hornery, published a story claiming she had "gazumped" the scoop from him.

He claimed to have given the Pitch Perfect star "two days to comment on her new relationship with another woman," but then called it a "big mistake".

Hornery added: "Wilson opted to gazump the story…"

Many celebrities and fans were equally outraged by the article, including another journalist Kate Doak, who posted on Twitter: "So apparently it wasn't @RebelWilson's choice to come out…

"The @smh/@theage have admitted to giving her a heads up 2 days in advance that they were going to "out" her. What's worse, openly gay men at the Sydney Morning Herald were involved in this," with a face palm emoji.

Breaking her silence on the matter, Rebel decided to reply to Kate, sharing that she's attempting to handle the situation "with grace".

She wrote: "Thanks for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace," followed by a red heart emoji.

Since the article and Rebel's response, Hornery has written another story, admitting that he's "made mistakes".

"I have learnt some new and difficult lessons from this and want to be upfront with you about the things I got wrong," he wrote.

He continued: "I genuinely regret that Rebel has found this hard. That was never my intention. But I see she has handled it all with extraordinary grace. 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."

Hornery went on: "It is not the Herald’s business to 'out' people and that is not what we set out to do. But I understand why my email has been seen as a threat. The framing of it was a mistake."

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