She has lost an extraordinary 35kg (77lbs) in the last year and a half.
The Bridesmaids star, 41, has a Bond Girl moment as she emerges from the sea in a plunging bright orange swimsuit which accentuates her slender legs and midsection.
Having a Bond girl moment! Rebel Wilson shows off her incredible 35kg weight loss in a plunging orange swimsuit in sultry photo shoot for Fiji Australia
She also flaunts her slimmed-down figure in a black swimsuit underneath a sheer yellow kaftan.
In another photo, Rebel wears a colourful sundress as she enjoys a drink with some some locals wearing traditional Fijian dress.
Rebel stars in the new campaign to celebrate travel between Australia and Fiji after vaccination coverage reached 90 per cent.
‘I had the best time filming this campaign, there really is nothing like the white sand and clear waters of Fiji. It is truly breathtaking,’ she said.
I am on a boat! She also flaunts her slimmed-down figure in a black swimsuit underneath a sheer yellow kaftan
‘But even more than the landscape, I love Fiji the most for its people. Everyone greets you with a smile and a ‘bula’, the warmth and hospitality of everyone I met is something I will always remember. Fiji truly is open for happiness,’ she added.
Travellers looking for a getaway in the South Pacific country will need to comply with a string of measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic and recently the threat of the Omicron variant.
Pre-flight tests, proof of vaccination and travel insurance are just a few of the requirements Aussies and other travellers will need in order to venture to the tropical location.
Passengers needed to have provided proof of a negative PCR Covid test 72 hours before departure and also must have shown their international vaccine certificate before boarding the plane.
Travellers under 12 do not need to be tested while vaccination statuses apply to those 18 and over.
For Australians travelling overseas PCR tests come at a cost of about $150 per person.
Traditional welcome: In another photo, Rebel wears a colourful sundress as she enjoys a drink with some some locals wearing traditional Fijian dress
Once arriving into Fiji, they will need to undergo a rapid test which costs the equivalent of about $20AUD.
Once passengers have touched down in Fiji, they will need to book an airport transfer to their approved Covid-safe hotel or resort where they will then spend three nights.
Travellers will not have to isolate in their rooms for this time and will be able to move around their designated hotel freely while also enjoying some day trips and activities.
Guests will have to undergo a rapid Covid test within 48 hours of arrival.
Once the three nights are up and travellers have received a negative rapid test result, they will be free to move around the Fijian islands as they please.
Meanwhile Rebel has been on an incredible weight loss journey over the past year.
Pretty in pink! Rebel shared several outtakes of the photo shoot on her Instagram page
The Bridesmaids star proudly announced last November she had reached her goal weight of 75kg (165lbs or 11.8 stone).
According to People magazine, Rebel’s remarkable transformation is partially down to following the Mayr Method diet plan.
Goal: The Bridesmaids star proudly announced last November she had reached her goal weight of 75kg (165lbs or 11.8 stone)
A source told the publication she got ‘amazing results’ by changing her eating habits while staying at an Austrian health and wellness retreat last year, and has continued to follow the plan.
‘It’s an approach that eliminates food intolerances, reduces sugar, encourages eating whole foods slowly, boosts the immune system and reduces inflammation,’ a source said.
‘She exercises with a personal trainer up to six times a week, goes on walks and is trying to up her protein intake nutritionally.’
Transformation: According to People magazine, Rebel’s remarkable transformation is partially down to following the Mayr Method diet plan
Earlier this month, Rebel told Today Health she had developed a newfound love of walking.
‘I feel like sometimes people think you need to work your body really hard to get results, and yeah, if you were training to be the next Thor or something you would be doing hardcore things, but as a regular person, walking is just so healthy for you,’ she said.
Rebel said she loves to ‘put in a podcast or listen to music’ during her walks, and praised the physical activity for being ‘so easy to do anywhere in the world’.
‘I can just go out and do it. It’s become my favourite form of exercise right now,’ she added.
‘It’s become my favourite form of exercise’: Earlier this month, Rebel told Today Health she had developed a newfound love of walking
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