Rumors that Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde had a falling out on the set of “Don’t Worry, Darling” affected the relationship between the director of the feature and Harry Styles. The information was revealed by the newspaper daily news this Monday, 5. According to the vehicle, a source close to the former couple says that the singer was dissatisfied with the amount of rumors circulating on the internet.
“(Harry) is a very positive and laid-back person and the constant stories about Florence Pugh and Wilde’s fights drove him crazy. It kind of took the air out of their romance,” the source said.
Since the film’s release, stories about the alleged feud between Olivia and Florence have circulated in the international press. In November, the magazine vulture disclosed that the artists would have argued in a recording studio.
According to the British newspaper The Sun, the actress of “Little Women” and Styles would have kissed backstage of “Don’t Worry, Darling” and the relationship between Olivia and Florence would have worsened after the director of the film appeared hand in hand with the singer.
During the promotion of the release of the film, Olivia denied all the rumors that there would be a feud between them, but the controversies surrounding the film did not subside.
In early November, the magazine People reported that Styles and Olivia were “taking a break” as he was focused on his world tour and she was involved in raising their children, eight-year-old Otis and six-year-old Daisy.
Now the source of daily news says he believes the actress needs to sort out the child custody situation. She also has a troubled relationship with her ex, Jason Sudeikis, who is the father of her children.
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde were in a relationship for about two years. They met on the recordings of “Don’t Worry, Darling” in 2020, and in January 2021, they were seen holding hands at a wedding.