Sorry, Harry Styles, but Olivia Wilde appears to be focusing her energy on something else now that their relationship is over.
According to the Daily Mail, the end of their nearly two-year romance appeared to improve her co-parenting arrangement with ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis.
Olivia and Jason, the parents of Otis, 8, and Daisy, 6, have been getting along great since the director and the former One Direction member split up because they are now “co-parenting” in a healthy way, according to their insider.
They continued by saying that the former actress-turned-filmmaker has been focusing her efforts on raising her children and improving her relationship with Jason.
In fact, after his ex-partner and the “As It Was” singer divorced, the “Ted Lasso” actor demonstrated that he can be a shoulder to cry on, as they were recently spotted hugging in Los Angeles.
“Jason has been trying to be supportive of Olivia and a good co-parent during this transition. Things between Jason and Olivia are cordial and going well.”
According to the source, Olivia and Jason are now getting along well and co-parenting, but the “Book Smart” director isn’t looking to date anyone else because she’s still hurting from her breakup with the British pop singer.
Harry Styles, who ended their relationship following Olivia Wilde’s contentious custody battle with Jason Sudeikis, is said to be unbothered by their split from Olivia Wilde.
The parental drama gained public attention after the comedian served custody papers on Olivia while she was presenting on the CinemaCon stage in April 2022. According to their former nanny, who met Jason while working on their film “Don’t Worry Darling,” Jason was taken aback by Olivia’s relationship with Harry.
According to a different TMZ report, Olivia and Jason’s recent embraces were not because their issues had been resolved.
According to sources close to the situation, Jason’s lawyer, Bill Belsow, has discussed child support issues with a New York judge. The situation has become complicated because courts in California and New York decided that all custody disputes should be resolved in Los Angeles.
Bill appeared in a New York court on January 4 and requested that the judge handle all child support matters. The court has scheduled a hearing for February 15.
According to sources, Jason stated that he was willing to provide Olivia with the necessary support, as determined by them or a New York judge, but that he did not want any child support from Olivia.
According to another source, Olivia is surprised that both courts have already ruled that this case belongs in Los Angeles rather than New York, but she wants the custody and child support issues resolved in Los Angeles.
Olivia’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, and another New York attorney filed legal documents on February 15 asking the judge to dismiss Bill’s attempt to handle child support in New York so that a judge in Los Angeles can rule on all child-related matters. Bill has filed an appeal to have custody decided in Los Angeles.