Olivia Wilde at the Getty Center on October 17, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Last week, news broke that musician Harry Styles and actress-and-director Olivia Wilde called it quits on their almost two-year relationship. Days later, new reports came out that the Don’t Worry Darling filmmaker seems to be having a “difficult” time in the wake of the breakup.

A source told People, “The break has been difficult for Olivia. They have had some issues, but Olivia thought they were gonna work through it all. She is disappointed. It’s just a tricky situation, though.”

While the former couple have yet to make a public statement, sources close to both parties have confirmed to the publication that the “As It Was” singer, 28, and the Book Smart director, 38, are “taking a break,” due to “different priorities that are keeping them apart,” said a friend of the pair.

While Styles is continuing his Love On Tour concerts and traveling abroad, Wilde is tending to her two children and her work in L.A. Just last week, Wilde and her children – daughter Daisy, 6, and son Otis, 8 whom she co-parents with ex Jason Sudeikis – were seen dancing at Styles’ Nov. 15 concert in Los Angeles.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 15: Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde are seen in Soho on March 15, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Neil Mockford/GC Images)

Although the split has been said to be “very amicable,” the decision comes after the two endured an unprecedented amount of drama surrounding the release of their film Don’t Worry Darling. “The public pressure on them has been difficult,” said the People source. “They’ve had ups and downs throughout the relationship.”

Wilde and Styles sparked romance rumors shortly after filming began, leading onlookers to suspect that her relationships with Styles overlapped the end of her time with Sudeikis.

“The complete horses**t idea that I left Jason for Harry is completely inaccurate,” Wilde told Vanity Fair. “Our relationship was over long before I met Harry. Like any relationship that ends, it doesn’t end overnight. Unfortunately, Jason and I had a very bumpy road, and we officially dissolved the relationship towards the beginning of the pandemic. We were raising two kids during lockdown, so we co-parented through that time. Once it became clear that cohabitating was no longer beneficial for the children, it became the responsible thing to not, because we could be better parents as friends who live in different houses.”

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