Olivia Wilde appears to be doing just fine.
The O.C. actress was spotted looking cheerful while heading to a studio in Santa Monica on Wednesday, September 22.
The New York native appeared to be chatting on the phone while strutting around in a graphic white v-neck and baggy light wash jeans.
She accessorized with layered necklaces, a pair of checkered shoes and of course, a face mask.
She didn’t seem to be bogged down, even after her ex-husband Jason Sudeikis recently left her out of his Emmy acceptance speech.
On Sunday, September 19, the Ted Lasso star took home the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the 2021 Emmy Awards.
"Thank you very much. This show is about family. This show is about mentors and teachers,” the 46-year-old actor said during his acceptance speech for his first-ever Emmy award. “This show is about teammates, and I wouldn't be here without those three things in my life."
"I'm only as good as you guys make me look,” the We’re the Millers star said of his fellow costars on the hit Apple TV+ show. “So, really, it means the world to me to be up here and just be a mirror of what you guys give to me and we reflect back and forth on each other."
He then went on thank SNL creator Lorne Michaels, his mentors at improv comedy troupe Second City, as well as his kids, Otis, 7, and Daisy, 4, who he shares with Wilde. However, he excluded his former wife.
Wilde and Sudeikis announced they would be calling it quits on their seven year marriage in November 2020.
Since then, Wilde has been seen cozying up to Harry Styles, after the new flames have been spotted hanging out together on multiple occasions.
On Saturday, September 4, Wilde was cheering on the “Watermelon Sugar” singer while she appeared at his concert at the MGM Garden Arena.
Sudiekis — who is now said to be dating his Ted Lasso costar Keely Hazell — opened up about his split from Wilde back in July.
“That’s an experience that you either learn from or make excuses about," he said at the time. “I’ll have a better understanding of why in a year and an even better one in two, and an even greater one in five, and it’ll go from being, you know, a book of my life to becoming a chapter to a paragraph to a line to a word to a doodle."
"You take some responsibility for it, hold yourself accountable for what you do, but then also endeavor to learn something beyond the obvious from it,” he added.