Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde were spotted at a New York City gym on Thursday prior to their romantic date night.
The pair shared a hug as they finished a workout in photos published by the Daily Mail.
Later that evening, they enjoyed dinner at Rubirosa, an Italian-American family restaurant.
The former One Direction member, who is in the Big Apple for his upcoming Madison Square Garden residency, left the meal in style.
Styles, 28, paired a crochet long-sleeved shirt with brown pants and white sneakers. He was wearing a black face mask.
Wilde, 38, wore a navy blue T-shirt and blue patterned skirt and Adidas tennis shoes.
The actress is currently battling her ex-fiancé Jason Sudeikis for custody of their 8-year-old son, Otis, and their 5-year-old daughter, Daisy.
The former couple started dating in 2011, and the 46-year-old ‘Ted Lasso’ star was introduced two years later.
They ended their engagement in November 2020. Wilde made her romance with Styles public in January of the following year.
Wilde and Sudeikis have been co-parenting her children between Los Angeles, London and New York since they called it quits.
Although the ‘Hall Pass’ star filed a case against his estranged wife in New York City’s family court earlier this year, Vidak For Congress has confirmed that it was dismissed when a judge ordered the children’s home state to be California.
Wilde claimed in a file in July that Sudeikis chose to file on the East Coast because he “decided that he wanted to go to New York the following year while he was not working and he wanted the kids would be there with him during this free time. .”
She noted that Otis and Daisy haven’t lived in the Empire State for “several years.”
Sudeikis fired back in court last month, saying: “Olivia said she planned to move the children to London after the school closes in 2023.”
Calling himself a ‘New Yorker’, he added: ‘Olivia said that if I didn’t live in Los Angeles full-time, she would allow me to spend time with Otis and Daisy on weekends and holiday periods—which I respect my right to raise the children during important periods of their lives.”
Amid their ongoing custody battle, Wilde wrote via Instagram that she sometimes feels “like a huge f-king failure” as a mom.
“I know it’s hard,” she told other parents in June. “Stay strong.”