'She is disappointed': Olivia Wilde and Harry Style's relationship break has been 'difficult' for actress
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Rumor has it Olivia Wilde and Harry Style have been drifting apart since they allegedly began dating after meeting on the set of 'Don't Worry Darling'. The two had been together for the past two years and if the latest reports are to be believed, Wilde is finding the break from Styles "difficult."
MEAWW previously reported Wilde, 38, and Styles, 28, have taken a break from their relationship after two years due to "different priorities that are keeping them apart." Recently, a source told People, "The break has been difficult for Olivia. They have had some issues, but Olivia thought they were gonna work through it all. She is disappointed. It's just a tricky situation, though." It was said that the two decided to put their romance on pause because Styles is "still touring and is now going abroad" while Wilde "is focusing on her kids and her work in L.A."
Wilde co-parents her son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 6, with her ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis, and was seen singing and dancing at Styles' concert on November 15 in Los Angeles. She made her first public appearance following the public disclosure of the break on Saturday, November 19, when she walked the red carpet for the 13th Governors Awards.
Styles, on the other hand, is now visiting different countries to play for his Love on Tour. This is Styles' second concert tour to support his second and third studio albums - Harry's House released on May 20, 2022, and Fine Line, which was out on December 13, 2019.
While they were still dating, Styles and Wilde had to deal with a lot of upheavals during the release of 'Don't Worry Darling'. Wilde previously explained to Vanity Fair why she didn't disclose her relationship with Styles by saying, "I think once you crack open the window, you can't then be mad when mosquitos come in."
Likewise, Styles also stated to Rolling Stone in August about his wish to keep his personal life private. "I've never talked about my life away from work publicly and found that it's benefited me positively. There's always going to be a version of a narrative, and I think I just decided I wasn't going to spend the time trying to correct it or redirect it in some way," Styles stated.