Rebel Wilson and Girlfriend Ramona Agruma Hold Hands as They Step Out Together in Matching Looks

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Rebel Wilson and girlfriend Ramona Agruma hold hands leaving the star-studded Day Of Indulgence party in Brentwood, CA
Rebel Wilson and girlfriend Ramona Agruma hold hands leaving the star-studded Day Of Indulgence party in Brentwood, CA

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Rebel Wilson's romance with girlfriend Ramona Agruma is heating up!

The Australian actress, 42, was seen Sunday in Brentwood, California with Agruma at producer Jennifer Klein's annual Day of Indulgence event.

While Wilson wore a white T-shirt with bright green horizontal stripes and blue jeans, Agruma wore a green blazer paired shorts that accentuated her legs, and accessorized with a Christian Dior bag.

The two kept the shade away with matching sunglasses as they attended the event which involves relaxation and even spa treatments, including Dazzle Dry manicures, poolside.

At the event, Wilson and Agruma were spotted indulging in massages while sipping on FIJI Water. They also crossed paths with other guests, including Laverne Cox, Eiza Gonzalez (who sipped on a mini Tequila Don Julio), Niecy Nash and more, who noshed on snacks by Tocaya.

Ruth Negga browsed the booths while sipping on JUSTIN Winery wines, Mindy Kaling and Katharine McPhee-Foster dug into Hershey's "Better for You" treats and Nicole Scherzinger picked up a mini bottle of Moët & Chandon.

Wilson and Agruma — who left with Samsonite suitcases packed with beauty items — are not new to traveling together, after they recently enjoyed some romantic jet-setting with trips to IcelandTurkey and London, where they attended the Wimbledon tennis tournament.

Wilson and Agruma made their relationship Instagram official in June in a sweet post. "I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess," Wilson wrote.

A source told PEOPLE that the pair has been dating since January and they later attended Super Bowl LVI together in February. "It's a very serious relationship and they're super happy together. It's been very cool for Rebel's friends to see her this secure with someone," the insider said.

Rebel Wilson Shares a Kiss with Girlfriend Ramona Agruma
Rebel Wilson Shares a Kiss with Girlfriend Ramona Agruma

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Wilson told PEOPLE about being set up with her new partner "through a friend," though she didn't reveal who the love interest was at the time.

"We spoke on the phone for weeks before meeting. And that was a really good way to get to know each other," she said. "It was a bit old-school in that sense — very romantic."

"I think going through the process of finding more self-worth, I think that what you want in a partner is elevated and so it's great to have someone who feels like an equal partner and be in a healthy relationship," added Wilson. "There were times — I'm not saying with all my exes, they're great — but there were some times that I was probably putting up with that I shouldn't have. So it feels different to be in a really healthy relationship."

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Wilson has spoken out after Sydney Morning Herald columnist Andrew Hornery wrote a since-deleted op-ed revealing that the outlet was planning to break the news of her and Arguma's relationship first, giving her a two-day window to provide a comment before she ultimately made the announcement herself.

"Thanks for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace," Wilson wrote on Twitter after fans showed their support.

Hornery admitted in a subsequent column that "we mishandled steps in our approach" to covering Wilson's relationship news.

"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," Hornery wrote. "The last thing I would ever want to do is inflict that pain on someone else."