Emily Ratajkowski keeps her friends close but her lover’s exes closer.
Just a couple of weeks before she was seen sloppily making out with Harry Styles, the model partied with the “As It Was” singer’s ex Olivia Wilde at the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscars bash.
Ratajkowski and the “Don’t Worry Darling” director were photographed sitting with British model Adwoa Aboah at the March 12 soirée, enjoying cocktails and conversation.
The Inamorata designer, 31, was previously seen hanging out and dancing with Wilde, 39, at one of Styles’ concerts in Paris last June.
It appears Styles, 29, and Ratajkowski’s smooches in Tokyo last week may have been a long time coming, as the former One Direction member revealed eight years ago that she was his celebrity crush.
“Harry manifested this,” podcaster Amanda Hirsch captioned the throwback clip via her Instagram Sunday, prompting fans to flood the comments section with praise and jealousy.
“Then good for him. Dreams do come true 😂,” wrote one person.
“Me, trying to be happy for Harry,” joked another.
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While the maybe-couple were busy smooching in Japan, Wilde remained in Los Angeles looking friendly with her ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis, with whom she is embroiled in a bitter custody battle, at their son Otis’ soccer game.
Despite their amicable outing, the “Booksmart” director accused the “Ted Lasso” star, 47, of litigating her “into debt” in recent court documents.
“Jason should not be permitted to litigate Olivia into debt, and then claim she should be deprived of her right to seek a needs-based fee contribution from him,” her attorneys wrote, adding that Wilde is “aware that [Sudeikis] is far wealthier than she is.”
The documents further revealed the “House” alum’s net worth to be more than $10 million.
In a declaration filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court last week, Wilde said she has $645,187 in bank accounts, $3,902,689 in stocks and bonds and $6,021,860 in real estate and other property, totaling in $10,569,736.
A rep for Wilde later revealed that the “sealed and private documents” had been “leaked” to the press, calling it a “breach of trust” and saying they were “never intended for public consumption.”
“This private family matter, involving young children, has continued to be a tabloid fixture,” the publicist told E! News, “and the press coverage dating back a year has been relentless and traumatic.”