Harry Styles reportedly dating A-list actress and director
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Harry Styles' professional life and love life could both be under the direction of Olivia Wilde.

According to a new report, Harry and Olivia are dating. 

On Jan. 4, TMZ reported that the "Watermelon Sugar" singer attended the wedding of his manager, Jeffrey Azoff, over the weekend in Montecito, California, and brought Olivia as his date. Only 16 people attended the weekend nuptials to keep guests safe from the coronavirus.

Harry — who officiated the wedding for Jeffrey and Glenne Christiaansen — and Olivia were "holding hands and very much together," TMZ noted. In fact, they reportedly stayed at the San Ysidro Ranch, which is located near Santa Barbara in ritzy Montecito. Page Six published photos of the duo holding hands as they arrived at the wedding.

It seems that the new couple is mixing work with pleasure, as she is currently directing him in the upcoming movie "Don't Worry Darling."

Harry was last linked to model Camille Rowe. It was announced in November that Olivia and actor Jason Sudeikis had split after seven years together. They share two children. 

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