Mary-Kate and Ashley, the famous Olsen twins from Los Angeles, spent their entire childhood in front of cameras, becoming icons of the film industry. What does their life look like today?
The twins, born on June 13, 1986, started their career at an infant age in the series “Full House” from 1987, where the girls forced the attention of the television world and offers for other projects. During filming, they began to collaborate with Robert Thorio, which led to the creation of their own production company, Dualstar. Their careers flourished — they sang, made movies, and even had their own detective show, “The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley.”
The breakthrough came in 1995 with the movie “Little Matchmakers,” which was followed by a series of other film and television projects. However, over the years, they left acting and devoted themselves to fashion. The sisters now own a successful fashion label, “The Row,” which reflects their style and respect for privacy.
Despite their almost inseparable connection, both sisters’ lives have changed significantly in recent years. Plastic surgery, their own fashion label, a turbulent marriage, significant changes in appearance and struggles with anorexia, despite it all, Mary-Kate and Ashley stick to what they love – fashion. Their collections are known for their moderation and dark colors, symbolizing the protection of privacy that often eluded them as children of fame.
In August of this year, it was publicly revealed that Ashley had secretly welcomed a son, Otto, with her husband, Louis Eisner, at the beginning of the year. The couple tied the knot last December in a secret ceremony at a private Bel-Air residence.
Mary-Kate, on the other hand, recently went through a divorce with husband Olivier Sarkozy (54) after six years of marriage. While her sister is enjoying the joy of motherhood, Mary-Kate is now focusing on a new phase of her life.
While one sister is rejoicing in motherhood, the other is focusing on a new stage of life. Despite life’s challenges, both sisters seem to be enjoying happier times now.
Sources: TMZ, wwd.com