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Olivia Wilde is a stylish equestrienne as she saddles up for Sunday horseback riding session in LA

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olivia wilde is a stylish equestrienne as she saddles up for sunday horseback riding session in la

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 white t-shirt with black jodhpurs and riding boots

Saddle up: Olivia Wilde enjoyed a horseback session on Sunday in Thousand Oaks, north of Los Angeles, looking good in a white t-shirt with black jodhpurs and riding boots

Saddle up: Olivia Wilde enjoyed a horseback session on Sunday in Thousand Oaks, north of Los Angeles, looking good in a white t-shirt with black jodhpurs and riding boots

Wilde wore a white t-shirt with a drawing of two dogs and a flower on the front for her session.

She added black jodhpurs and riding boots along with a black safety helmet and a pair of black riding gloves. 

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. 

Loves tor ride: he actress and director, 36, wore black jodhpurs and riding boots along with a black safety helmet and a pair of black riding gloves

Loves tor ride: he actress and director, 36, wore black jodhpurs and riding boots along with a black safety helmet and a pair of black riding gloves

Loves tor ride: he actress and director, 36, wore black jodhpurs and riding boots along with a black safety helmet and a pair of black riding gloves

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

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

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

Celebrity couple: Wilde and partner Jason Sudeikis share two children - Daisy, three, and Otis, six. They're pictured in December

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

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

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

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Busy Philipps in the moment as she films new Tina Fey show Girls5eva in NYC

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Busy Philipps was snapped Wednesday in New York City filming her new show Girls5eva.

The 41-year-old actress has her locks down and parted as she was clad in a light pink zip-up top with a matching fanny pack. She paired the top with patterned navy blue leggings with graphics of birds and snakes with pink socks and black sneakers.

In between filming sessions, she was touched up by makeup artists on the program.

The latest: Busy Philipps, 41, was snapped Wednesday in New York City filming her new show Girls5eva

The latest: Busy Philipps, 41, was snapped Wednesday in New York City filming her new show Girls5eva

The latest: Busy Philipps, 41, was snapped Wednesday in New York City filming her new show Girls5eva 

Also spotted filming the scene, nearby the Platinum Dolls Gentleman’s Club, were Busy’s co-stars on the program, Sara Bareilles and Paula Pell.

Busy spoke with the outlet Story + Rain podcast about her role on the Peacock show from Fey, Robert Carlock and Meredith Scardino.

‘I literally can’t share anything, except that Tina Fey called me,’ Busy said. ‘I was standing on the street, she said, “We’re doing a show with Sara Bareilles, and Renée Elise Goldsberry from Hamilton.” She said “it’s about a ’90s girl group that’s in their 40’s, trying to stage a comeback.”‘

The premise of the program, according to Deadline, is the revival of a 90s one-hit-wonder girl group who get the band back together after their material winds sampled by a prominent rapper.

Things are looking up: The actress had her locks down and parted as she was clad in a light pink zip-up top with a matching fanny pack

Things are looking up: The actress had her locks down and parted as she was clad in a light pink zip-up top with a matching fanny pack

Things are looking up: The actress had her locks down and parted as she was clad in a light pink zip-up top with a matching fanny pack

On set: Also spotted filming the scene were Busy's co-stars on the program Sara Bareilles (center) and Paula Pell

On set: Also spotted filming the scene were Busy's co-stars on the program Sara Bareilles (center) and Paula Pell

On set: Also spotted filming the scene were Busy’s co-stars on the program Sara Bareilles (center) and Paula Pell

Retro: Busy paired the top with patterned navy blue leggings on the set of the show

Retro: Busy paired the top with patterned navy blue leggings on the set of the show

Retro: Busy paired the top with patterned navy blue leggings on the set of the show

The Oak Park, Illinois-born star added, ‘I’m so lucky that I’m doing this new show because I’m going to get to finally live my dreams!’

Philipps has past been seen on TV shows including Cougar Town, Vice Principals and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

On the podcast, Philipps said her most cherished of all TV roles came earlier in her career playing Kim Kelly on the 1999-2000 Judd Apatow comedy Freaks and Geeks, which also featured young upstarts James Franco and Seth Rogen.

‘Professionally, I obviously have a very, very warm place in my heart for Kim Kelly,’ Busy said. ‘I love her. I haven’t rewatched the series in like twenty years. I’m really excited to watch it again, at some point, if I can ever convince my daughter, Birdie, to watch it with me.’

Busy and her husband, screenwriter Marc Silverstein, are parents to daughters Birdie, 12, and Cricket, seven.

In between filming sessions, she was touched up by makeup artists on the program

In between filming sessions, she was touched up by makeup artists on the program

In between filming sessions, she was touched up by makeup artists on the program 

Storyline: The premise of the program is the revival of a 90s one-hit-wonder girl group who get the band back together after their material winds sampled by a prominent rapper

Storyline: The premise of the program is the revival of a 90s one-hit-wonder girl group who get the band back together after their material winds sampled by a prominent rapper

Storyline: The premise of the program is the revival of a 90s one-hit-wonder girl group who get the band back together after their material winds sampled by a prominent rapper 

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Rumours swirl Chris Hemsworth is looking to buy ‘an exclusive Bondi Beach penthouse’

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He recently completed building a $20million mega-mansion in Byron Bay.

And now, Chris Hemsworth is reportedly looking to buy ‘an exclusive penthouse’ in Sydney’s Bondi Beach.

According to the Wentworth Courier, ‘one of Australia’s best actors’ inspected the luxurious property, which costs more than $20million, last week – the same time Chris and his family are known to have been in Sydney.

Will he buy a new home? Rumours swirl Chris Hemsworth is looking to buy 'an exclusive Bondi Beach penthouse' costing more than $20million. Pictured Chris and wife Elsa Pataky

Will he buy a new home? Rumours swirl Chris Hemsworth is looking to buy 'an exclusive Bondi Beach penthouse' costing more than $20million. Pictured Chris and wife Elsa Pataky

Will he buy a new home? Rumours swirl Chris Hemsworth is looking to buy ‘an exclusive Bondi Beach penthouse’ costing more than $20million. Pictured Chris and wife Elsa Pataky

‘The whole street was blocked off and it was all very hush-hush, but one of Australia’s best actors has inspected that penthouse’, a local resident told the publication.

Real estate agent Luis Guiance from Lifestyle Property Agency also confirmed: ‘I was showing one high-profile person through today and he said he’d been walking past for years and he never knew this even existed.’

The luxurious property is being offered with DA-approved plans for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with four car spaces.

The home, which is set on 265sqm, features high ceiling of up to 3.2metres, a private roof space area and sea views.

Rumours: According to the Wentworth Courier , 'one of Australia's best actors' inspected the luxurious property, which costs more than $20million, last week - the same time Chris and his family are known to have been in Sydney

Rumours: According to the Wentworth Courier , 'one of Australia's best actors' inspected the luxurious property, which costs more than $20million, last week - the same time Chris and his family are known to have been in Sydney

Rumours: According to the Wentworth Courier , ‘one of Australia’s best actors’ inspected the luxurious property, which costs more than $20million, last week – the same time Chris and his family are known to have been in Sydney

Meanwhile, Chris recently moved into his new $20million mansion in Byron Bay with his wife Elsa Pataky, their daughter India Rose and twin sons Tristan and Sasha, five. 

According to the Gold Coast Bulletin, who report that they’ve seen the floor plans, the actor and his family have access to a whopping ten bathrooms.

Two bars are also well-suited to entertain the couple’s large circle of friends.

Spectacular views: The luxurious property is being offered with DA-approved plans for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with four car spaces

Spectacular views: The luxurious property is being offered with DA-approved plans for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with four car spaces

Spectacular views: The luxurious property is being offered with DA-approved plans for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment with four car spaces

The property functions as a retreat too, with a steam room, sauna room and massage room, as well as a gym.

A games room, TV room, living room, dining room, lounge and fire pit also make for both a cosy and spacious home.

The home has seven car spaces, five bedrooms, a study, and a massive 6.8m by 4m walk-in-wardrobe for Elsa. 

Modern: The home, which is set on 265sqm, features high ceiling of up to 3.2metres, a private roof space area and sea views

Modern: The home, which is set on 265sqm, features high ceiling of up to 3.2metres, a private roof space area and sea views

Modern: The home, which is set on 265sqm, features high ceiling of up to 3.2metres, a private roof space area and sea views

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Ita Buttrose she suffered a breakdown in the early days of COVID-19

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ABC chairwoman Ita Buttrose has revealed she felt overwhelmed in the early days of the coronavirus lockdown.

The 78-year-old media doyenne, who lives in Sydney, spoke about the ‘dark moments’ she’d experienced during the pandemic on Studio 10 on Friday.

‘Well, I must be perfectly frank, early in the COVID-19 shutdown, I [was], one Saturday, just sitting in my lounge room and I burst into tears,’ she admitted.

'I burst into tears': Ita Buttrose has revealed she felt overwhelmed in the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. The ABC chairwoman, 78, who lives in Sydney, told Studio 10 on Friday: 'Early in the COVID-19 shutdown, I [was] sitting in my lounge room and I burst into tears'

'I burst into tears': Ita Buttrose has revealed she felt overwhelmed in the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. The ABC chairwoman, 78, who lives in Sydney, told Studio 10 on Friday: 'Early in the COVID-19 shutdown, I [was] sitting in my lounge room and I burst into tears'

‘I burst into tears’: Ita Buttrose has revealed she felt overwhelmed in the early days of the coronavirus lockdown. The ABC chairwoman, 78, who lives in Sydney, told Studio 10 on Friday: ‘Early in the COVID-19 shutdown, I [was] sitting in my lounge room and I burst into tears’

‘I think it was just, it was just the impact of this odd world we were living in. But then you sort of think, “Pull yourself together, Ita,” she added.

She also revealed that daily exercise helped clear her mind and kept her ‘grounded’.

‘I’m a great believer in going for a walk, clearing your brain. I think it’s something you’ve got to do every day,’ she said.

‘I find that when I go walking and don’t take a radio or headsets or anything like that.’

'Unconditional love': The media doyenne revealed that daily exercise helped clear her mind. She also noted that the companionship of her dog, Cleo (pictured), named after the magazine she famously edited in the 1970s, kept her spirits up during the lockdown

'Unconditional love': The media doyenne revealed that daily exercise helped clear her mind. She also noted that the companionship of her dog, Cleo (pictured), named after the magazine she famously edited in the 1970s, kept her spirits up during the lockdown

‘Unconditional love’: The media doyenne revealed that daily exercise helped clear her mind. She also noted that the companionship of her dog, Cleo (pictured), named after the magazine she famously edited in the 1970s, kept her spirits up during the lockdown

She noted that the companionship of her dog, Cleo, named after the magazine she famously edited in the 1970s, kept her spirits up during the lockdown. 

‘It doesn’t matter if you leave home in an angry mood, when you come back, [pets] are still pleased to see you. They are really friendly all the time. Unconditional love,’ she said.

Ita went on to reveal that she and her friends enjoyed lunch together over Zoom in the early days of the lockdown.

'You have to keep in touch': Ita went on to reveal that she and her friends enjoyed lunch together over Zoom in the early days of the lockdown

'You have to keep in touch': Ita went on to reveal that she and her friends enjoyed lunch together over Zoom in the early days of the lockdown

‘You have to keep in touch’: Ita went on to reveal that she and her friends enjoyed lunch together over Zoom in the early days of the lockdown

‘We had a Good Friday lunch, everybody cooked a Good Friday dish, and we turned on Zoom and ate our lunch and talked to each other,’ she said.

‘You’ve got to think, “Alright, this is the way we are living. What can we do to make it more tolerable?” You have to keep in touch with people.’

Ita’s guest appearance on Studio 10 comes two years after she left the program as a panellist. She is now the chairwoman of the ABC.

Comeback: Ita's guest appearance on Studio 10 comes two years after she left the program as a panellist (pictured during her last episode). She is now the chairwoman of the ABC

Comeback: Ita's guest appearance on Studio 10 comes two years after she left the program as a panellist (pictured during her last episode). She is now the chairwoman of the ABC

Comeback: Ita’s guest appearance on Studio 10 comes two years after she left the program as a panellist (pictured during her last episode). She is now the chairwoman of the ABC 

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