Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis have been dating since 2011, shortly after her divorce from Tao Ruspoli, and they announced their engagement in January this year. Since then, it seems, they have been quietly planning their wedding.
Though neither star has said anything on the topic to the press, in a more or less official manner, a report in Page Six claims that she’s been telling friends that they have not only set a wedding date, but also nailed down several other important aspects of the big event.
In other words, Olivia has her bridesmaids’ dresses picked out and she is done with the guest list.
“Olivia Wilde will marry ‘SNL’ star Jason Sudeikis next spring in upstate New York, and she’s chosen Monique Lhuillier to design her bridesmaids’ dresses,” Page Six writes.
“The ‘Tron’ actress dished a few details about her wedding to guests at a Monday bash at The General to celebrate her April Marie Claire cover,” the report further notes.
“She added that the long engagement bucks her family’s usual trend of getting hitched months after a proposal. Also at the dinner were Kristen Wiig, Norah O’Donnell and Ari Graynor,” the e-zine adds.
No word yet on whether Wilde herself will be wearing Lhuillier but, even if she does end up in one of her creations, chances are she won’t talk to the press about her dream dress before the actual wedding.
As noted above, this isn’t the first marriage for Olivia. When she was 19, she and Italian filmmaker / guitarist / real-life Prince Tao Ruspoli got married on a school bus.
Their marriage ended in 2011, when Wilde filed the divorce papers. They both handled the split with tact but Olivia did say in later interviews that she had started to feel suffocated in the relationship.