Olivia Wilde's divorce finalized from Italian prince Tao Ruspoli
Olivia Wilde is officially a single woman now that her divorce from her husband of eight years, Italian prince Tao Ruspoli, has been finalized.
The 27-year-old actress filed for divorce in March and received the final judgment on September 29, according to documents obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com.
Since separating from her husband, Wilde has been romantically linked to Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake, but denied denied the Timberlake connection on her Twitter page, writing, "Cool it, honeybadgers. We are just friends and have been for years."
"Dating is new to me," Wilde told Nylon magazine in their August issue. "I see the whole thing like someone who's been in a coma and I've come out like, 'Wait, people text message? They text love? How do you text about love?' Three Xs and a smiley face? Emoticon? Deal breaker!"
Wilde was married to Ruspoli, 35, for eight years and announced their separation in February. The couple met through friends and eloped on a school bus in 2003, when Wilde was 18-years-old. This was the couple's first marriage.
After the divorce, the actress told Nylon that she self-medicated with food and gained too much weight to fit into her favorite jeans, "they were the kind you would put on and swoosh around in, but then I got a divorce and self-medicated with food."
The "TRON: Legacy" and "House" star filed divorce papers on March 3 in Los Angeles Superior Court citing irreconcilable differences.
The actress rose to fame starring on "The O.C.," where she had a lesbian relationship with Mischa Barton's character. She currently stars as Thirteen on "House M.D." and was seen last year in "Tron: Legacy."
Wilde recently starred in "Cowboys & Aliens" with Harrison Ford and "James Bond" actor Daniel Craig. She also appeared opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman in "The Change-Up."