Olivia Wilde made headlines after getting together with British heartthrob Harry Styles in January 2021. Unfortunately, they ended their nearly two-year-old relationship in November last year. However, Olivia recently shared a cryptic message about relationships following the split and ongoing custody battle with ex Jason Sudeikis. 

Olivia took to her social media account to share a cryptic film quote about relationships on Wednesday. She reposted a scene showing the budding relationship between two characters from the Thai 2004 romantic drama film Tropical Malady on her Instagram Stories.

“I’d hate to die without having loved,” read the post.

In November 2022, Page Six revealed that Wilde and Styles had ended their relationship of almost two years. “There is no bad blood between them. Harry didn’t dump Olivia, or vice versa,” a source informed at that time.

“This is the longest relationship Harry’s ever had, so clearly they have a special bond.”

According to the insider, long distance was the reason for the decision to split up before the holidays. “It’s impossible to have a relationship when he’s in every continent next year [on tour] and Olivia has her job and her kids,” the source revealed.

The two met for the first time in September 2020 when Harry replaced Shia LaBeouf in the movie Don’t Worry Darling and was cast as Florence’s husband. Olivia and Ted Lasso actor Jason announced their separation two months later, leaving the actor reportedly “absolutely heartbroken.” Keep an eye on Thirsty to get the latest life updates regarding the actress.

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