Olivia Wilde Is a Proud Mom as Shares Empowering Note from Her 7-Year-Old Daughter: 'I Don't Need a Boy'

The actress shares daughter Daisy, 7, and son Otis, 9, with ex Jason Sudeikis

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Olivia Wilde is feeling extra proud of her independent daughter Daisy.

In a photo posted to the Don’t Worry Darling star’s Instagram Stories on Monday, June 10, the mom of two can be seen holding up a small piece of paper with a note written by 7-year-old Daisy.

“I have a crush on nobody,” the note reads. “I don’t need a boy.”

The mom of two captioned the photo, writing, “That’s my girl 👊.”

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Related: Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde's 2 Kids: All About Daisy and Otis

The actress shares Daisy and son Otis, 9, with ex Jason Sudeikis.

Earlier this year, Wilde opened up to PEOPLE about her go-to activities with her little ones.

“We have so much fun. They're so active. They're musicians and they're athletes and they're just cool,” she said. “They both play drums and they sing and we just have a great time. We're a big karaoke family.”

And revealing her song choices, the star said, “My go-to changes. It changes a lot. Right now we have a lot of Taylor Swift happening in our house.”

“It's wall-to-wall Taylor and Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish,” Wilde told PEOPLE. “And now Daisy has brought in Dua Lipa, but we're like Taylor first.”

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In October it was revealed that former couple Wilde and Sudeikis are in a "good place" since calling off their engagement in 2020.

"If there's any resentment over where to live or child custody payments, they certainly don't show it," a source told PEOPLE.

The source added of their custody case, which was settled in September 2023, "It's a united front. And they are clearly both deeply devoted parents."

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