Olivia Wilde appeared in good spirits as she headed to her gym in Los Angeles to work out on Wednesday.
The 38-year-old actress showed off her toned physique while wearing a gray crop top that highlighted her tummy.
The film director also rocked a pair of black leggings along with a pair of matching sneakers for the outing.
Keeping fit: Olivia Wilde donned a gray tank top and black leggings as she arrived at her gym in Los Angeles for a workout on Wednesday
Wearing a gray bag with a floral print, Olivia added a pair of sunglasses to her look.
Completing her outfit with gold bracelets, the starlet let her auburn locks fall loose over her shoulders.
The outing comes after Olivia and boyfriend Harry Styles attended the New York City premiere of her second feature film as a director, Don’t Worry Darling.
The pair were joined on the red carpet by co-stars Gemma Chan and Sydney Chandler, but Florence Pugh and Chris Pine were notably absent from the event after they were drawn into the ongoing drama surrounding the psychological thriller.
Radiant: Olivia highlighted her toned tummy in the garment while also rocking a pair of black sneakers
Relaxed: Letting her locks fall loosely over her shoulders, the star added to her look with a pair of sunglasses
Olivia and Harry confirmed their romance when they were seen holding hands at her agent’s wedding in Montecito, California on January 3, 2021.
However, eyebrows were raised at how quickly she had drifted away from her ex-fiancé, Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis, whom she split from in November 2020.
The exes are currently in a custody battle over their sons, Otis, eight, and daughter Daisy, five.
Olivia recently attacked claims that there was some crossover in their relationships, telling Vanity Fair magazine: “The whole idea that I left Jason for Harry is completely inaccurate.”
‘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.
Drama: The exit comes after numerous controversies related to Olivia’s new movie, Don’t Worry Darling, which she directed.
Olivia not only directed the film, but also took on a leading role as Bunny, a cocktail lover and married mother of two, in the Black Mirror-style psychological thriller.
Don’t Worry Darling tells the story of housewife Alice, played by Florence Pugh, whose husband Jack (Harry) moves them to a utopian community for his new venture.
She begins to worry that her husband and his company are hiding terrible secrets as her life turns upside down.
Conspicuously missing from the premiere were leads Florence Pugh, who is shooting Dune: Part Two overseas, and Chris Pine, who is in post-production on his feature directorial debut, Poolman.
Thriller: Don’t Worry Darling tells the story of housewife Alice (Florence) whose husband Jack (Harry Styles) moves them to a utopian community for his new company.
However, both actors attended the world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 5, where images of Harry appearing to spit on Chris went viral.
A video showed Harry taking a seat next to Chris, who had been clapping but stopped instantly when his co-star sat down.
However, the video did not clearly show any spitting, and a second clip from another angle showed the two conversing politely just seconds later.
A representative for Chris later vehemently denied that there had been any spitting.
Dressed to the nines: Olivia and Harry attended the New York City premiere of Don’t Worry Darling at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater this month.
Florence supposedly hated how Harry and Olivia got together and definitely hated how the film was marketed to be overtly sexual.
And thanks to a leaked video of Shia proving that he quit and that Olivia didn’t fire him, now everyone knows that the director called Florence ‘Miss Flo’ behind his back.
Don’t Worry Darling was released in theaters on September 23 to mixed reviews from critics and has grossed $37.4 million at the box office so far.
Outstanding Performance: Olivia pulled double duty as director and star of Bunny, a cocktail lover and married mother of two, in the Black Mirror-esque psychological thriller.