She’s got a heavy schedule on her plate as she prepares to direct two movies back to back.
But Olivia Wilde is making time to pursue her passion for horse riding as Hollywood production remains mostly shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The actress and director, 36, enjoyed her regular equestrian session on Sunday in Thousand Oaks, north of Los Angeles.
Saddle up: Olivia Wilde enjoyed a horseback session on Sunday in Thousand Oaks, north of Los Angeles, looking good in a patterned top with black jodhpurs and riding boots
Wilde wore a patterned top with her black jodhpurs and riding boots.
She had on a safety helmet and had a blue face mask with her which she wore when necessary.
The former House star has been spotted riding regularly as she and her family continue to reside in Southern California after moving west when the coronavirus shut down New York City where they have a home.
Wilde shares two children – Daisy , three, and Otis, six – with her partner Jason Sudeikis.
Love to ride: The actress and director, 36, wore a safety helmet over her hair that was tied back into a ponytail and had a blue face mask with her which she wore when necessary
Switched coasts: The former House star has been spotted riding regularly as she and her family reside in Southern California after moving west when the coronavirus shut down NYC
Celebrity couple: Wilde and partner Jason Sudeikis share two children – Daisy, three, and Otis, six. They’re pictured in December
In 2019, Wilde made her feature directorial debut with the high school comedy Booksmart which garnered plenty of buzz and critical acclaim.
Next up, she’s set to helm as well as star in the psychological thriller Don’t Worry, Darling about an unhappy 1950s housewife.
The film is highly anticipated since Harry Styles, Dakota Johnson, Florence Pugh and Chris Pine have all signed on to star.
And earlier this month, it was announced that Wilde has signed a deal to direct a Marvel movie for Sony Pictures which is believed to center on Spider-Woman.
The in demand star is also attached to direct an as-yet untitled holiday movie for Universal Pictures.
In demand: Wilde, pictured in February, garnered critical acclaim for her 2019 feature directorial debut Booksmart and has just been tapped to make a Marvel movie for Sony