Olivia Wilde shows off her incredibly toned tummy in a bra and leggings
Never miss a Friday! At least it could be Olivia WildeWorkout motto when the actress was photographed leaving the Studio City gym.
The 38-year-old Don’t Worry Darling director and actress looked the picture of fitness in a tiny black sports bra with thin straps that exposed her chest, full-length black leggings and black trainers.
Her brown hair was pulled back into a high ponytail and she wore a pair of black shades to shield her eyes from the bright afternoon sun California sun and covered the skin without makeup.
Director of Booksmart – who is being sued by her former nanny – had a white sweatshirt on one arm and carried a light blue reusable water bottle.
Her abs were glistening after her workout.
Fit: Olivia Wilde, 38, looks like a poster girl for fitness as she leaves a gym in Los Angeles on Friday
Stay hydrated: She wore a reusable water bottle and a hoodie as photographers snapped her photo
Olivia is a regular at the gym, and today’s snaps come just a day after the House actress was pictured in another look at the same gym.
On Wednesday, she switched it up and showed off her toned abs in a burgundy sports bra teamed with skin-tight leggings to match.
This week, Harry Styles’ ex also shared the new ink she got on her forearm.
She shared three photos of her arms with her sweater sleeves rolled up, showing two different constellations on each of her arms.
The mom-of-two with ex Jason Sudeikis playfully captioned the post, “I’m out of guns,” and added a gold star emoji.
One hand shows the astrological sign of her daughter Daisy, six, while the other highlights the Taurus zodiac sign of her son Otis, eight
Photos of daily workouts and tattoos unfold against the backdrop of wife Olivia’s personal drama.
It was recently revealed that Wilde’s former nanny filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against her and Jason’s ex.
Toned Tummy: Her toned and toned abs were on full display and glistening with sweat
Regular: The actress hits the gym almost every day in her quest to stay fit
Working out: The mum-of-two is often photographed leaving the gym
Erika Genaro claimed she was fired after she requested medical leave in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Genara claims her doctor prescribed her a three-day medical leave in 2021 to deal with the stress of Wilde and Sudeikis’ messy breakup.
But when she told Sudeikis, the lawsuit alleges, he “fired her on the spot.” She is now seeking back pay, punitive damages and attorneys’ fees.
Genaro previously told DailyMail.com how the Horrible Bosses star wrote to her about her problems when Olivia Wilde started seeing Harry Styles more often before taking Genaro on a trip to London.
But the former celebrity couple quickly hit back at Henard’s claims, calling them “false and disgraceful”.
Drama at home: The director has been dealing with drama in her home life since she split with her ex Jason Sudeikis
Lawsuit: The former couple’s ex-nanny filed a lawsuit against them this week
They echoed that claim in a statement to DailyMail.com about Henard’s lawsuit, saying: “As parents, it is incredibly upsetting to learn that the former nanny of our two young children has chosen to make such false and vile allegations against us in public.”
“Her 18-month campaign of stalking us, as well as close, intimate friends and colleagues, has reached its unfortunate climax. We will continue to focus on raising and protecting our children with the sincere hope that she will now choose to leave our family alone.”
Henard’s lawsuit details how she allegedly found herself at the center of the celebrity couple’s divorce after “Wilde suddenly left the home where she lived with Sudeikis, her two children and the plaintiff [a] permanent babysitter” in November 2020.
“Wilde’s sudden absence from home had adverse effects on his emotional state, including Sudeikis relying on Plaintiff’s presence for support,” the lawsuit alleges.
“Although this shared trauma created a bond between Plaintiff and Sudeikis, Plaintiff became increasingly anxious and stressed by Sudeikis’ tendency to require Plaintiff to stay up at night after the children were put to bed to talk, in which while such a dynamic did not occur before Wilde’s absence.’