GO ROYALS. ???????? pic.twitter.com/X1xXmrixxs— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) October 23, 2014
Well, these lovebirds made it to first base! Olivia Wilde and her fiance Jason Sudeikis celebrated the Kansas City Royals' victory over the San Francisco Giants in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday, Oct. 22, with a big juicy kiss.
Wilde, 30, shared a snap on Twitter, inside the Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., moments before the game ended with the Royals leading 7 to 2. "GO ROYALS," the mom to 4-month-old baby Otis wrote alongside the photo of her leaning in and locking lips with her man.
For the sporting event, Kansas native Sudeikis wore a white and blue Royals jersey and baseball cap. The SNL alum, 39, has long been a fan of the baseball team and is also a die-hard Kansas University basketball fan. Both he and Wilde have attended Kansas-related sporting events together, and it appears that he's converted the NYC native from whatever teams she rooted for previously.
The first-time parents could eventually influence their son's future sports preferences, too. In June, Wilde updated Us on her growing family, calling it "the best feeling in the world." She mused: "It's such a joy to watch them laughing and smiling together… I look forward to when Jason can start reading to Otis because then, the best thing ever, is when your dad is reading to you and does all the characters from the books."
Along with Wilde and Sudeikis, several other celebrities like Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle, and Eric Stonestreet have emerged as avid Royals supporters. Ant-Man star Rudd famously invited fans back to his mother's home after the team swept the Baltimore Orioles to clinch the American League title on Oct. 15. "I'm gonna be partying at my mom's house!" Rudd joked in a post-game interview. "Party at my mom's, man! She's out of town, I got a keg. It's gonna be sweet! Five dollar cover!"
Game 3 of the World Series will take place Friday, Oct. 24, at AT&T Park in San Francisco, Calif.