Olivia Wilde Says Son Otis Is Like a 'Drill Sergeant' to Little Sister Daisy


Olivia Wilde is raising a little drill sergeant!

The 33-year-old actress stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, and spoke about how her 3-year-old son, Otis, is handling having a new baby sister, 8-month old Daisy.

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"He's like a drill sergeant. I don't know who let him watch Full Metal Jacket, but he is so hard on her," Wilde joked to Colbert. "He's really putting her through the works, it's boot camp. So she's going to come out of it really ripped and with a great attitude. But he screams!"

When asked if Otis ever says he wants to "send her back," the actress replied, "'You don't live here!' is what he screams at her."

Wilde added that she didn’t have an older brother growing up, but had an older sister and younger brother who she got along with.

"I have an older sister who was so nice to me, so I'm not familiar with this," Wilde shared. "But I have a little brother and I was nice to him. So I don't know. I think he's aware that he's sharing me with her because I'm on Broadway and as everyone who's in a play will tell you, you miss a lot of bedtimes and it's tough."

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Wilde is currently starring in her Broadway debut, 1984, a rendition of George Orwell's classic novel. Last week, the Vinyl star stunned at the 2017 Tony Awards in a custom red crystal-embroidered plunge gown from Michael Kors Collection.

While she may be missing her little ones at bedtime, she still spends all the time she can with them and shares some of their moments together on social media.

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