Harry Styles smooches girlfriend Olivia Wilde as they celebrate release of new movie Don't Worry Darling | The Sun

HARRY Styles kissed Olivia Wilde as they celebrated the release of Don’t Worry Darling across the Pond.

The film was projected to have a £20million opening at the weekend when it was screened in more than 4,000 cinemas across the US.

Harry, dressed in a casual top and jeans, hugged Olivia in New York before the pair had a low-key dinner at a Mexican restaurant.

As well as marking the opening of Don’t Worry Darling, which was directed by Olivia and sees Harry ­taking on the leading role alongside Florence Pugh, the former One Direction star has just finished a mammoth 15-night run of concerts at Madison Square Garden.

Margaritas all round . . . 

Their celebration comes weeks after Harry was forced to address claims he spat on his Don't Worry Darling co-star at the film's premiere.


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He joked he went to Venice to spit on Chris Pine in response to a viral video from the world-famous international film festival.

The pop megastar almost broke the internet when he recently attended the screening of his girlfriend Olivia Wilde's new flick which he stars in opposite fellow Brit Florence Pugh.

In a video that caused uproar on social media, Styles was seen returning to his seat at the screening when he dips his head causing Pine, who is sat next to him, to react in a confused manner.

But fans claimed something landed in Pine's lap as the ex-1D heart-throb stood over him.

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The clip was widely circulated, though a representative for Pine told US outlet People that the idea that the singer had spat on him was "ridiculous".

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