Girl Gone Wilde! Olivia Wilde on June Cover of Glamour

We’re wild about brunette beauty Olivia Wilde and so is everyone else apparently.  She’s been in the news as of late because of her rumored romance with former teen heartthrob, turned serious actor, restaurateur and designer, Justin Timberlake.  The House actress is sizzling hot as the June cover girl for Glamour magazine.  She also dishes about being newly single. She split from her husband of eight years, Tao Ruspoli, son of Prince Alessandro Ruspoli.  She talks candidly about throwing in the towel when a marriage isn’t working but says she is ready to date.

“I’m opening up my heart to the idea of dating. It’s funny—my friends would always come to me for romantic advice, [but] I know nothing, and things have changed since I was dating in high school! I’m really trying hard to spend this time working on myself.  I wish I could play the field. But it’s so not me. I go 100 percent into everything. And I’m a really good girlfriend,” says Wilde.

Divorce hasn’t ravaged her spirit or her character.  She credits her mother for teaching her about confidence. “She’s gorgeous, and she taught me that a real feminist doesn’t apologize for her beauty. You can be a sexy, beautiful woman and be the smartest person in the room,” says Wilde.

Olivia Wilde, who shows off her Summer ready body (she’s vegan) in a navy-and-white Enza Costa T-shirt and Eres Paris red bikini with a gold link Cartier braclet and Barbara D’Oro bangle, has two movies coming out, Butter and Cowboys & Aliens, as well as a few movies that are in post production, including The Change-Up, In Time, Blackbird and Welcome to People. She is featured on the inside pages looking patriotic in red, white and blue. The first, a red Michael Kors and a Charlotte Bjorlin Delia gold and silver cuff; the second, a nautical themed dress by Junya Watanabe Commes des Garcons; the third, a red-and-white striped Marc by Marc Jacobs bikini under a white Dior peacoat.

The June issue of Glamour magazine is currently on newstands and also available in digital copy for iPad and Barnes & Noble Nook Color.  Read the entire editorial and check out the full spread shot by Ben Watts here.