Olivia Wilde & Jason Sudeikis Are Secretly Engaged, Planning Wedding In His Hometown

By Radar Staff

Olivia Wilde hasn’t been bashful when it comes to gushing about her romance with Jason Sudeikis, but apparently things are a lot more serious than she’s been letting on!

The 28-year-old divorcee and her Saturday Night Live boyfriend-of-a-year are secretly engaged and already planning a wedding in his hometown of Kansas City, and RadarOnline.com has the exclusive details.

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“Everyone in town is buzzing about the wedding ,” a source tells Radar exclusively. “They have already booked the venue and are in the process of finalizing the rest of the details.”

Sudeikis, who grew up in the Midwestern city and visits several times a year, first brought Wilde back home with him in December 2011, where they attended a University of Kansas basketball game together. The couple has been back several times since, and have managed to fly under the radar during their visits.

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“Jason is a hometown boy at heart, and he is super close to his family and all his friends there. It has always been his dream to get married back in Kansas City,” the source says.

The source also maintains that the last time the pair was in town, Wilde was seen flashing a diamond engagement ring around.

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As we previously reported, Wilde recently put her $2.5 million Los Angeles home on the market so that she could move in with Sudeikis in New York City, where his show is filmed.

Olivia’s publicist Joy Fehily, denies her client is engaged, telling Radar: “They are very happy together but they are just not engaged.”


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