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Olivia Jade Giannulli Seemingly Shuts Down Jacob Elordi Breakup Rumors While Embracing the Mob-Wife Aesthetic

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Those Jacob Elordi and Olivia Jade Giannulli breakup rumors just don't hold bathwater.

On Saturday night the 24-year-old daughter of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli was spotted leaving the SNL after-party at L'Avenue at Saks following her alleged boyfriend's hosting debut. Per photos shared by People, Giannulli could be seen embracing the controversial mob-wife aesthetic in a long cream fur coat, black ultra-platform heels, and a chic midi bob parted down the middle.

As for Elordi, the 24-year-old Saltburn star was seen exiting the venue in incognito mode, dressed in a black wool coat and covering his face in a green face mask and black baseball cap. You can see the photos here.

Jacob Elordi and Olivia Jade Giannulli have been linked on and off since December 2021, a month after the Priscilla star split from another notable nepo baby, Kaia Gerber. (Gerber, in turn, went on to date another Elvis impers—I mean, award-winning actor, Austin Butler.)

While the latest breakup report surfaced in mid-January, TMZ reported that Giannulli had been spotted in New York City ahead of Elordi's big SNL gig alongside musical guest Reneé Rapp. A source told The Messenger that the couple are “still very much together and going strong,” despite avoiding public appearances together.

“They both enjoy keeping their relationship more private,” the source said. “Jacob likes keeping his work separate and you will most likely not see them together in a public forum.”

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“They're not universal. They're an escape.”

On January 20, Elordi opened the variety show by addressing the elephant in the room—no, not his relationship with Giannulli (though he appreciates you giving him the space). "So you might know me from Saltburn,” he said. “Not from seeing the film, just from seeing the TikToks, like this scene…”

After playing that postfuneral scene for the audience, he continued, “I was the one in the grave.”

“Before we start I just want to take a moment to say how grateful I am to be here,” he also told the audience. “I've been acting now for, like, seven years, and it's so easy to get caught up in the rush of trying to get to the next thing and the next thing. But tonight…the people…I love it here, you all are here, and because of you, I'm here. So thank you, thank you so much.”


Originally Appeared on Glamour