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Rebel Wilson dazzles in red dress previously worn by Meghan Markle

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Rebel Wilson looked downright regal at the 2021 NFL Honors on Saturday.

Ahead of her cameo at the Super Bowl, the newly single “Pitch Perfect” star went glam in a red Safiyaa cape gown ($1,620) previously worn by Meghan Markle in March 2020.

While Wilson, 40, kept her look minimal in matching red pumps and no jewelry, the Duchess of Sussex, 39, added a coordinating jewel-buckled Manolo Blahnik clutch ($1,670) and Simone Rocha statement earrings ($375) for the Mountbatten Music Festival last year.

Markle attended the event with Prince Harry — who matched in his dress uniform — as one of her final appearances as a senior member of the royal family.

Meghan Markle in Safiyaa and Prince Harry at the the Mountbatten Festival of Music at Royal Albert Hall on March 07 2020 ⋆ NgospelMediaCom
Meghan Markle (In Safiyaa) And Prince Harry At The The Mountbatten Festival Of Music At Royal Albert Hall On March 07, 2020.

“Loving myself SICK in this dress!” Wilson captioned her Instagram snaps of the look — which her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, called the “closest we’ve come to a red carpet moment in a while!”

Sharon Stone, Rosie O’Donnell and Patti Stanger were among the many who applauded the actress’ red-hot outfit in the comments.

Eat your heart out, Jacob Busch.

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