Exes Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis share heartfelt hug after meeting

EXCLUSIVE: Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are the friendliest of exes as they share heartfelt hug after meeting

They called time on their nine-year relationship earlier this year.

But Olivia Wilde, 36, and Jason Sudeikis, 45, remain on very friendly terms as they continue to co-parent their children, son Otis, six, and daughter Daisy, four.

On Sunday, the pair were seen sharing a heartfelt hug as they went their separate ways after meeting up in LA.



Still close: They called time on their nine-year relationship earlier this year. But Olivia Wilde, 36, and Jason Sudeikis, 45, remain on the friendliest of terms, sharing a heartfelt hug after meeting up together in LA on Sunday

Jason and Olivia stood chatting for a while after leaving their meeting place.

They appeared to look at some paperwork contained in a ring binder before saying their goodbyes.

The former couple, who officially confirmed in November that they had called off their engagement, separated earlier this year.

A source told People at the time: ‘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.’ 

Scheduling: Jason and Olivia, who continue to co-parent their children, son Otis, six, and daughter Daisy, four. stood chatting for a while before saying their goodbyes

Split: The former couple, who officially confirmed in November that they had called off their engagement, separated earlier this year 


No drama: A source told People at the time: ‘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’

Nine-year romance: The two started dating in 2011 and announced their engagement in January 2012

Heartfelt: They clearly remain very close with deep affection for one another

The two started dating in 2011 and announced their engagement in January 2012.

Both had been married before: Jason to screenwriter Kay Cannon from 2004 to 2010 and Olivia to Tao Ruspoli, an Italian filmmaker and musician, from 2003 to 2011. 

They welcomed their son Otis in 2014 and their daughter Daisy in 2016.

The family was principally based in New York City but since the pandemic broke out, they have been living in Los Angeles. 

‘They adore each other and have nothing but the utmost respect for one another,’ an insider shared with ET at the end of November.

‘They will continue to be each other’s biggest supporters, especially when it comes to parenting their children and their careers. They see each other all the time still.’ 

Changed coasts: Jason and Olivia welcomed their son Otis in 2014 and their daughter Daisy in 2016. The family was principally based in New York City but since the pandemic broke out, they have been living in Los Angeles

Just not a couple any more: ‘They adore each other and have nothing but the utmost respect for one another,’ an insider shared with ET at the end of November


Co-parenting: The exes have been seen in recent weeks dropping off and picking up their children at each other’s homes

Hollywood darlings: Olivia found fame on TV series House and has established a successful career as an actress and director. Jason got his big break on SNL and is a writer, actor and producer

Respect: The two have been supportive of each other’s work and have both have also performed on Broadway in recent years

Olivia found fame when she was cast as ‘Thirteen’ in the third season of TV series House in 2007.

She stayed on the Hugh Laurie show for five seasons until its end in 2012.

She has since starred in a variety of TV and movie projects and in 2019 made her directorial debut with the high school comedy Booksmart, which garnered rave reviews.

She is currently filming her second directorial feature, Don’t Worry Darling in which she also stars alongside Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and Harry Styles,

Committed to family: ‘They will continue to be each other’s biggest supporters, especially when it comes to parenting their children and their careers. They see each other all the time still,’ a source told ET 


Calling the shots: Olivia made her directorial debut last year with the high school comedy Booksmart, which garnered rave reviews. She is currently filming her second directorial feature, Don’t Worry Darling with Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and Harry Styles

Jason, meanwhile, is gearing up for a second season of Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which will, like the first season, be filmed in England, COVID-19 permitting.

He began his career in improv in New York and got his big break when he was hired as a writer and performer for Saturday Night Live, leaving in 2013 after a decade with the NBC show.

He transitioned into big screen roles with such comedies as Horrible Bosses and its sequel, We’re The Millers, Tumbledown, Colossal and Downsizing.  

Separate cars: The two were dressed very casually for their meet up and seemed relaxed as they chatter away before heading to their respective homes 

Actor, writer and producer: Jason is gearing up for a second season of Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which will, like the first season, be filmed in England, COVID-19 permitting

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