Now that their relationship is no longer relegated to secrecy and the confines of James Corden‘s Palm Springs home, Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde can’t seem to keep their hands off of each other.
After kicking off the coupled-up rumors over the weekend when they were photographed arriving hand-in-hand at the Montecito wedding of Styles’s manager, the two made things official by stepping out again on Monday for a PDA-heavy stroll with some friends in Santa Barbara. For their romantic jaunt around the neighborhood, Styles wore a bright pink beanie, red bandana, an unreleased sweatshirt design for his album A Fine Line, and baggy grey sweatpants, while Wilde opted for a grey face mask, $795 tan Michael Kors argyle sweater, dark brown velvet pants, and white Converse sneakers. The new couple was photographed multiple times laughing, talking closely, and throwing their arms around one another’s waists.
And while they’ve only now gone public with this blossoming romance, those on the set of their new film Don’t Worry Darling say the impassioned energy between them was palpable right from the start. An insider told People that as Wilde and Styles spent more time together both on and off-set, their friendship “quickly turned romantic. Their chemistry was very obvious.” They added that after the pop star’s Vogue cover came out, “Olivia was going on and on about how wearing a dress still makes Harry masculine. It was again just so obvious she had fallen for him.”
And apparently, the feeling is mutual as the source said that, “During breaks in filming [Harry] wasn’t able to stay away and would visit her trailer.” But despite having only “dated for a few weeks,” they are both reportedly working hard at keeping things “very professional” during filming. “Olivia and Harry created this loving and warm environment,” the insider continued. “Everyone loved working with them. She takes her work very seriously, but everyone saw it coming.”
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