People Magazine Interviews Rebel Wilson, Who Reveals The Meanings Behind Her Daughter Royce’s Name

Rebel Wilson and her infant daughter have already formed unique relationships. Following the surrogate birth of her daughter Royce Lillian on Tuesday, the actress from The Almond and The Seahorse announced that she is a mother. The new mom then revealed to PEOPLE that Royce Lillian Elizabeth Wilson is her daughter’s full name.

She exclusively tells PEOPLE, “I wanted a unique name that started with the letter R and so eventually settled on that one. The 42-year-girlfriend old’s Ramona Agruma, who organized the Pitch Perfect star’s lovely baby shower, is the other R in his life.

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“Lillian and Elizabeth are both family names borne by women in my family who I adore,” Wilson says of Royce’s middle names. Elizabeth, like the late Queen, is also my middle name. The Australian actress continues, “It was overwhelming and exciting to hug my baby girl for the first time, and my love for her is just pouring.

She is flawless and lovely. I thought, “Wow, what a priceless miracle.” The Senior Year actress said she is “forever grateful to everyone who has been involved” in the process in her post announcing Royce’s birth, adding that it “has been years in the making.”

The new mother added, “Especially wanted to thank my wonderful surrogate who carried her and birthed her with such elegance and care. “What a wonderful gift it is that you helped me create my own family. Thank you. The BEST present!

Wilson also discussed her involvement in the IFC Films film The Almond and The Seahorse on Tuesday, commenting on her transition back to serious roles. According to Wilson, “I started as a serious actress when I started performing almost twenty years ago.” “So I was playing on stage doing classics like Shakespeare and Marlowe,” the author said.

“I truly wanted to be the next Dame Judi Dench.” She claims that she only had the opportunity to “specialize” in comedy and attend comedy school in New York in 2003 after winning a scholarship from Nicole Kidman.

Wilson claims that her on-screen character, Sarah, “truly wants a kid and battles with the decision to stay with her husband,” which connected with the actress, who was going through her fertility journey at the time. On December 16, The Almond and the Seahorse will be shown in a few cinemas, streamed on Apple TV, and downloaded through Prime Video.

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