Oliva Wilde has formed a support bubble with her ex Jason Sudeikis after returning to London with boyfriend Harry Styles.
Styles and Wilde flew into the UK from LA two weeks ago so she could spend time with her children, son Otis, six, and four-year-old daughter Daisy.
To do this, actress Olivia, 36, had to form a bubble in a South-West London mansion alongside Sudeikis who is filming his latest television project, Ted Lasso.
According to the Mail on Sunday, the pair have temporarily moved in together so they could both spend time with their children after going separate ways last year.
Former One Direction singer Harry, 27, is understood to be staying elsewhere despite jetting to the UK with his new girlfriend.
One source told The Mail: “It all seems a bit awkward, things have moved fast between Harry and Olivia so [this] must be strange but how nice they are doing it for the kids.
“You’d think it’s all quite difficult.”
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It is understood the pair made the decision so Sudeikis could film his series, which will go to Apple, without posing any risk to his co-stars.
Harry and Olivia have been dating since last November after meeting on the set of forthcoming movie Don’t Worry Darling, which she is directing and he is starring in.
In January they were seen at the wedding of the singer’s manager Jeff Azoff in Montecito, California.
Harry and Jason could also end up meeting as there are rumours the singer’s new film My Policeman will begin production in the same studio where Jason is currently working.
Boooksmart director Olivia was believed to be staying with Harry in his temporary LA home after she was spotted moving a number of personal belongings into the sprawling mansion ahead of Valentine’s Day.
A few weeks ago, Olivia paid a gushing tribute to the Watermelon Sugar singer on Instagram.
The filmmaker shared her admiration for Harry, who took a back seat to allow lead actress Florence Pugh to ‘shine’.
Sharing a candid shot of Harry sitting in a vintage car while on set, Olivia gushed: “Little known fact: most male actors don’t want to play supporting roles in female-led films.
“The industry has raised them to believe it lessens their power (i.e financial value) to accept these roles, which is one of the reasons it’s so hard to get financing for movies focusing on female stories.”