Famous friends! Single Brittany Hockley joins tennis player boyfriend Jordan Thompson for a hike with Rebel Wilson in LA
His friendship with Hollywood superstar Rebel Wilson surprised many fans.
And former Bachelor star Brittany Hockley continued to hang out with the Pitch Perfect actress on Tuesday as they hiked into Los Angeles.
Brittany, 32, was also joined by her tennis player boyfriend Jordan Thompson and several other friends.
“Hai Hollywood! Former Bachelor star Brittany Hockley (second from left) hung out with her famous boyfriend Rebel Wilson (center) on Tuesday as they hiked in Los Angeles
She snuggled up to the sportsman in a photo as they posed against the beautiful backdrop of the Hollywood Hills.
Jordan, 27, went shirtless to beat the heat while Brittany showed off her slick figure in black bike shorts and a white t-shirt.
Rebel, meanwhile, opted for a pair of black leggings and a matching t-shirt.
Outside: Brittany, 32, was also joined by her tennis player boyfriend Jordan Thompson
“These are the Star Wars underwear for me. Hai Hollywood! ‘ Brittany captioned the post, referring to Jordan showing off the top of her underwear.
Brittany and Rebel were seen cheering on Jordan at the US Open earlier this month.
She had previously joined the Australian comedian on the set of his upcoming movie Senior Year in Atlanta, Georgia in July.
Looking good! Brittany showed off her trim figure in bike shorts and a white t-shirt
Pals: Brittany and Rebel were seen cheering on Jordan at the US Open earlier this month
Brittany, a radiographer and podcaster, had left Australia on a work permit in June to join her boyfriend on his international tennis tour.
She managed to escape Sydney just days before the city was stranded on June 26 and since then has been providing administrative services to Jordan overseas.
Since arriving in Spain, she has accompanied him to England, Mexico and the United States.
Support: Brittany had left Australia on a work permit in June to join her boyfriend on his international tennis tour. She escaped Sydney just days before the city went into lockdown on June 26 and has since provided administrative services to Jordan overseas.