It’s over between Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis! The news that the couple has reportedly ended their engagement after seven years came like a thunder blast for all their fan followers.
According to the recent reports, the director and comedian broke up at the beginning this year, with a source explaining, “It’s been amicable and they’ve transitioned into a great co-parenting routine. The children are the priority and the heart of the family’s relationship.”The actors are parents to two children; son Otis, 6, and daughter Daisy, 4. The pair first started dating in November 2011, with Sudeikis proposing in late 2012. But they were in no rush to get married, instead welcoming son Otis first.
As far as their romantic journey was concerned, the duo met in SNL and gradually fell for each other.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis to part ways!
“I met her at a finale party for SNL,” Sudeikis told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show in 2017. “We hit it off that night.”
“I actually came off looking a little cooler than I really am because I had heard through the grapevine, through mutual friends who weren’t exactly her best girlfriends, who would report back, ‘Oh you know, I think she’s dating someone,’ ” he explained. “So I didn’t make any moves. I was just very, very busy with other things. And next thing you know, I stopped being busy, she stopped dating someone, and then it was off to the races.”
“We sort of reintroduced ourselves,” he added. “The universe had more in store for us in the fall.”
However, the sudden split of their love life was quiet unexpected and the true reason behind this is not yet revealed!
Both Jason and Olivia’s careers have seen major success in the past year, with various roles taking them to different cities across the globe. Most recently, Olivia began filming on the highly-anticipated Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles. Meanwhile, Jason has been hard at work getting production started on season two of the Apple+ series Ted Lasso.
However, both of their projects have seen delays because of the coronavirus pandemic.