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Olivia Wilde criticized the online community that spreads gossip of her relationship with Harry Styles

Olivia Wilde criticizes the negative messages that some fans have spread about her relationship with Harry Styles.



In response to the “toxic negativity” some of her fans have directed at her and Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde has spoken out.

The 38-year-old actress, who appeared alongside the singer in his Rolling Stone cover story chat, said she didn’t understand the hateful comments made about her and that most of the singer’s fans were “true champions of kindness.”

In the interview, Harry, 28, said it’s “obviously” not good for him to make cruel remarks about Olivia, a mother of two.

She said, “What I don’t understand about the cruelty you’re referring to is that that kind of toxic negativity is the antithesis of Harry, and everything he puts out there.” The vast majority of them are outstanding examples of generosity and compassion.

After meeting on the set of Olivia’s upcoming film “Don’t Worry Darling,” which stars the ex-One Direction member, Harry and Olivia were spotted holding hands at the wedding of Harry’s manager and close friend Jeffrey Azoff in January 2021.

Olivia and her ex-husband, ‘Ted Lasso’ actor Jason Sudeikis, 46, have a son, Otis, 8, and a daughter, Daisy, 5. They have been involved in a contentious custody battle for some time.

Harry said in the interview, while dressed in gender-neutral feather and fur garments, that he makes an effort not to discuss his personal life (his “away from work” life) or correct stories that have been written about him.

“Sometimes people say, ‘You’ve only publicly been with women,’ and I don’t think I’ve publicly been with anyone,” he explained.

Just because someone snaps a photo of you with someone else doesn’t mean you’ve decided to go public with your relationship.

Harry also admitted he has worried about the prospect of having to warn a potential partner that they may be subject to slander and attacks in dark corners of the Internet.

Can you imagine asking someone out on a second date, “OK, there’s this corner of the thing, and they’re going to say this, and it’s going to be really crazy, and they’re going to be really mean, and it’s not real… but anyway, what do you want to eat?”