Jason Sudeikis 'Casually Seeing' Model Keeley Hazell Again: Source
A source tells PEOPLE that the Ted Lasso actor, 46, is again spending time with the model and actress, who has a recurring role on the hit Apple+ series opposite Sudeikis. "They're casually seeing each other again," the source says. "It's never been a serious thing. They're just enjoying each other's company."
Sudeikis, who split from Olivia Wilde in November last year after nearly a decade together, was first romantically linked to Hazell, 35, in February, a source told PEOPLE at the time. The couple seemingly confirmed their romance in June, after PEOPLE obtained exclusive photos of the Horrible Bosses 2 costars canoodling while strolling around New York City.
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"They've been dating for a little while now," an insider shared at the time. "They're just having fun. It's nothing serious at this point."
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Although the pair's relationship seemingly cooled off in the summer, Sudeikis and Hazell were spotted on a hike together in Los Angeles in September; however, a source told PEOPLE that the pair were "just friends" and "it's not a romantic relationship."
Hazell is the first person the Emmy Award-winning actor has been linked to since his split from Wilde, 37, who is currently dating Harry Styles, the star of her highly anticipated film, Don't Worry Darling.
"Their chemistry was very obvious," a source shared with PEOPLE in January of Styles and Wilde's budding on-set romance. "Everyone saw it coming. During breaks, he hasn't been able to stay away and visited her trailer."
In an interview with GQ, Sudeikis opened up about his breakup with Wilde, with whom he shares two kids, Otis, 7, and Daisy, 5. "I'll have a better understanding of why in a year," he told the outlet. "And an even better one in two, and an even greater one in five."
"That's an experience that you either learn from or make excuses about," the We're the Millers star added. "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."