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Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles exchange ideas at the premiere of Don’t Worry Darling in New York

Olivia Wilde and her toy boy Harry Styles dressed up for the New York premiere of their second feature film, Don’t Worry Darling, at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater on Monday.

At 38, the Independent Spirit Award-winning filmmaker is a decade older than the Grammy winner, but they’ve been going strong since working together on the film’s Palm Springs set.

Harry frowned as he shared an intimate exchange with Olivia after the cast and crew photo op.

Styles didn’t seem happy as he chatted briefly with Wilde (née Cockburn) before heading to the theater.

The New York native began dating the Englishman sometime between September 2020 and January 2021 after replacing Shia LaBeouf with him in the role of aspiring workaholic Jack Chambers.

Back then, eyebrows were raised considering Olivia was Harry’s boss and she has two children under the age of 8 with ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis, whom she split from in November 2021 after eight years together.

Wilde bared her back in a black, long-sleeved dress and statement bracelets, chosen by stylist Karla Welch.

Hairstylist Kiley Fitzgerald styled the DC League of Super Pets star’s brunette mane into side-parted waves for the film celebrations.

Make-up artist Mélanie Inglessis highlighted Olivia’s striking green eyes and applied a soft pink pout.

Wilde takes on the dual roles of director and co-star of the cocktail-loving, married mother-of-two Bunny in the black-mirror-style psychological thriller.

Despite all the hype surrounding Don’t Worry Darling, it currently has a dismal approval rating of 34% from critics (out of 64 reviews) on Rotten Tomatoes.

Meanwhile, Styles wore a navy double-breasted velvet blazer over a blue-collared top, pinstriped wide-leg pants and kitten-heeled ankle boots, chosen by stylist Harry Lambert.

The Late Night Talking singer made sure he was ready for his close-up with the help of groomer Matt Mulhall and makeup artist Dotti.

Outside the venue, Harry mercifully stopped to greet his rabid female fan base by signing some autographs.

In early screenings, audiences more than once audibly laughed at Style’s performance as Jack, and “Don’t Worry Darling” is by no means a comedy.

The former One Direction boy bander is closing out his booth this Wednesday with nine performances at Manhattan’s Madison Square Garden as part of his 179-performance Love On Tour.

The shy couple made sure to pose for a group photo with screenwriter Katie Silberman, as well as castmates Sydney Chandler, Douglas Smith, Asif Ali, Kate Berlant, Nick Kroll and Gemma Chan.

Conspicuously absent from the premiere were lead actors Florence Pugh – who is filming Dune: Part Two abroad – and Chris Pine – who is in post-production on his directorial debut, Poolman.

However, both actors attended the world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 5, where footage of Harry appearing to spit at Chris went viral – but both denied it had happened.

Florence, who plays devoted housewife Alice Chambers, reportedly hated how Styles and Olivia got together and definitely hated how the film was marketed as overtly sexual.

And thanks to a leaked video of Shia’s Wilde proving he was quit and not fired, everyone now knows she condescendingly called Pugh “Miss Flo” behind her back.

The Eternals actor seemed thrilled to be reuniting with Douglas Smith, who plays new Victory Project recruit John in the film.

The 37-year-old from Canada wore a silver tie with his black suit and brown accessories.

Dita Von Teese wore a white wig over her signature black locks for her cameo as burlesque dancer Gigi in Don’t Worry Darling.

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