Olivia Cooke Relationship

With the release of House of the Dragon, the prequel to the smash hit Game of Thrones, Olivia Cooke is once again making headlines. In the show, she portrays Alicent Hightower, the daughter of Ser Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans).

Cooke is well-known for her roles as both Emma Decody (Bates Motel, A&E) and Becky Sharp (Vanity Fair, PBS) on both drama series. If you want to learn about the Hollywood starlet’s private life, scroll below.

Olivia Cooke Relationship

Is Olivia Cooke Currently in a Relationship?

Olivia has always made an effort to keep her private life private, despite her status as a public figure. As far as I can tell, she is currently single. She has only had one high-profile relationship over her whole professional life.

According to rumours, Olivia Cooke and Christopher Abbott dated for a while before breaking up around 2020. Multiple reports place the start of their relationship in 2015. The two have kept their romance out of the spotlight so far.

Olivia and Christopher were frequently photographed holding hands at events such as red carpet premieres and ceremony after parties. When exactly they started dating is unknown at this time.

A few years later, in 2019, Daily Mail received photos of the two of them cuddling. People suspected Olivia and Abbott broke up after they weren’t snapped together again. Neither party has publicly acknowledged the breakup.

Explain who Christopher Abbott is.

Christopher Abbott is an actor just like himself. In 2011, he debuted in the feature film industry with the suspense picture Martha Marcy May Marlene. He gained widespread recognition for his portrayal of Charlie Dattolo on Girls, an HBO comedy-drama series.

In addition to Hello I Must Be Going (2012) and The Sleepwalker (2014), Abbott also acted in James White (2015). His upcoming cinematic projects include Sanctuary and Poor Things.

Olivia Tried to Contact Various Actors Via Direct Message During the Covid-19 Pandemic, But they All Ignored Her.

That’s correct, you spotted a typo. The House of the Dragon star recently admitted that she turned Instagram as a dating app and sneaked into the direct messages of several famous actors during the Covid-19 ban, but that she received no responses.

According to the news accounts, Olivia explained, “I was living alone in lockdown and found myself going crazy.” I made Instagram Direct Messages work like Tinder. I was aiming for extremely famous people, but I heard nothing back. I was so nave to think they’d notice it.

Cooke continued her rant on the She’s A Rec podcast by saying, “Being from Oldham, I should be engaged and have kids by now.”