Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles are ‘still friends’ after breakup

After nearly two years of dating, Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles decided to take a break, but a source said Page six that there is no “bad blood” between the former couple.

“There’s no bad blood between them. Harry didn’t dump Olivia, or vice versa,” the source said. “This is the longest relationship Harry has ever had, so it’s clear they have a special bond.”

The former couple have conflicting schedules and are often in different places, making it difficult to stay connected.

“They’re on a break. It’s impossible to have a relationship when he’s on every continent next year and Olivia has her job and her kids,” the source explained. “This is right for both of them.”

Styles is heading out on his South American tour. Wilde often attended his ex-girlfriend’s concerts when he was within traveling distance, and was seen with his children Otis and Daisy at his concert in Los Angeles on Tuesday. But she is now reportedly on her way to London to work on a documentary.

The insider said of Wilde’s concert attendance: “They’re friends, you still want to see them together.”

Another source revealed: “Things have been challenging for them as a couple because of Harry’s tour, while Olivia has to spend time with her children in London, where she is with Jason [Sudeikis].”

This corresponds to what a source told People when the news of their breakup was shared on Friday.

“He’s still touring and now going overseas. She’s focusing on her kids and her work in LA,” the source said. “It’s a very amicable decision.”

“They are still very close friends,” the source added.

Styles and Wilde kept their relationship as private as possible, although drama arose around the release of Wilde’s film Don’t worry honey, starring Styles, over an alleged feud with actress Florence Pugh. Wilde also mentioned some tension about the ageist backlash she received for dating someone ten years younger in her interview ELLE’s November issue.

“It’s so interesting to me when it comes from women because I think, ‘Do you plan on not getting older?’ Or if you’re already older, do you feel like you don’t deserve the same opportunities in life?'” Wilde said. “It’s so sad for me to look at it and realize that people have such low expectations for their own lives, and they project those expectations onto me. And I reject your projections.”

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