She’s definitely interested in him.”An insider told Us that Sarkozy was equally smitten. His Family and Friends Love Her (Even His Ex-Wife Does!
"He calls her 'smart as a whip' and says she's mature for her age," the insider said. )"Olivier’s friends understand what he sees in her,” a source close to the businessman told Us last month. Mary-Kate’s famous twin sister, Ashley, also gushed about Sarkozy shortly after the pair began dating, saying she doesn’t pay attention to doubters who questioned the couple’s relationship due to their age difference.“Everyone has an opinion,” she told WSJ magazine.
If you're curious to know more about them, we've gathered a few interesting details about their relationship below.
Despite their 17-year age gap, the two began dating in 2012 after meeting at a party.
Guests were treated to cocktails in the garden of the home, after which they sat down to dinner inside a source told People magazine.
This is the first marriage for Olsen and the second for banker Sarkozy.
The two later ended up in police custody for trespassing on the Eiffel Tower and were forbidden from seeing one another until Olsen and her sister, another Olsen, convinced the French Foreign Minister to accept a proposal regarding clean drinking water for the Embassy and then they all went to a dance.
Mary-Kate Olsen is a notoriously private person, especially when it comes to her relationship with Olivier Sarkozy.
Olsen and Sarkozy are notoriously private and rarely talk about each other in public.
When they started their relationship there were many raised eyebrows as the designer was 26 and Sarkozy 16 years her senior, with Olsen responding to the gossip in an interview with WSJ magazine.
Since marrying the 47-year-old half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the 30-year-old fashion designer has been pretty tight-lipped about her romance, only briefly mentioning him once during an interview with The Edit.
While the two certainly shy away from talking about each other to the press, they have been known to show PDA from time to time when they attend sporting events.