Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde Look Golden as They Step Out for NYC Stroll

Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde looked so happy on their recent outing.
The couple was spotted in new photos on August 17 in New York City enjoying a relaxing stroll. An eyewitness tells E! News that the couple looked "super happy and playful with each other" as they walked down the sidewalk.
For her walk, the One Direction graduate kept his look casual in a 1950s Playdium Skate Club jacket, dark trousers and black sunglasses. Meanwhile, the Booksmart director chose a striped yellow jumper and white trousers for the occasion.
Their outing comes ahead of Harry's 15-day Love on Tour concert, which is scheduled at the Big Apple's Madison Square Garden. The "Keep Driving" singer starts his performance on August 20th.
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde kiss in London
Harry and Olivia began dating in late 2020 after working together on the upcoming film Don't Worry Darling. The film also stars Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and Gemma Chan.
In his Dazed cover story last November, Harry explained why he prefers to keep his relationships out of the spotlight, sharing, "I've always tried to separate my personal life and my work life."
And while he and the actress have been tight-lipped about their romance, they have been spotted together on numerous occasions. In fact, Olivia has attended several of Harry's concerts.
Two months ago, the duo was photographed kissing goodbye in London, where they were performing at Wembley Stadium.
what can we say It looks like the two have found the antidote.
Olivia Wilde
American actress, film director and producer
Harry Styles
Gemma Chan
British actress

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