Olivia Wilde & Jason Sudeikis Break Up After Ten Years of being together
Love is not in the air for Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis. The long-term couple has decided to go their separate ways after having dated for nearly 10 years. Not only were they dating for 10 years but they were also engaged for 7 of those years.
According to People magazine, the two stars broke up at the start of this year. A source explained, “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.”
Olivia and Jason are parents to two kids, son Otis Alexandar who is 6, and daughter, Daisy Josephine who is 4.
As of right now, it is unclear what the reason for their split was.
What Have Jason And Olivia Been Up To?
Even though Olivia and Jason are not doing so well in their love lives, they have been smashing it career-wise.
The past year has seen major successes in both Jason and Olivia’s careers. They took on various roles that led them all over the globe.
Most recently, Olivia began filming on her highly anticipated film, “Don’t Worry Darling.” The movie stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles in the lead roles.
While Jason has been hard at work as he got production started on season two of his Apple+ series, “Ted Lasso.”
However, both of their projects have seen delays. All thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Did The Two Meet?
Olivia and Jason met at a Saturday Night Live after-party in 2011 after which their love story began. According to Jason, they “hit it off that night.”
At the time, Olivia was actually seeing someone else and Jason was very busy with other things. As he recalled, “And next thing you know, I stopped being busy, she stopped dating someone, and then it was off to the races.”
Two years later, Jason ended up proposing marriage to Olivia. However, the two were in no rush to get married. They welcomed son Otis and their priorities completely changed. The two did not see any point in exchanging vows any time soon.
Olivia explained, “Before you have a child, marriage is the ultimate commitment and promise to one another, and then once you have a child, it’s like, ‘Oh, we’re committed and promised already.'”