But now that she's splitting from her husband, French investment banker Olivier Sarkozy, we're all wondering what's going to happen to her fortune.
Mary-Kate Olsen is headed to a luxe $325,000 Hamptons rental for the summer, sources told Page Six, amid her split from husband Olivier Sarkozy. Olsen now runs two major fashion brands, The Row and Elizabeth and James, with her twin and former costar, Ashley Olsen.
Olsen, 33, met the 50-year-old in April 2012 when they crossed paths at a party.
Olivier Sarkozy and Mary Kate Olsen at an event | James Devaney WireImage
They often did not go on vacation together as Ashley was so career-focused.
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The couple tied the knot in a small ceremony in 2015 at their New York City home. This application is an emergency because my husband expects me to move out of our home on Monday, May 18, 2020 in the middle of New York City being on pause due to COVID-19.More news: Climate Change Is Turning Parts of Antarctica Green, But It's Not Grass
Mary-Kate and Olivier's split was made public last week after it was revealed by TMZ that she had reportedly requested an emergency court order to file for divorce.
But she and her lawyers were told that the NY courts "were not accepting divorce filings" in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. "Or you get burned out and then you're not productive". While Sarkozy wanted Olsen out of the apartment as soon as possible, the Full House alum claims she is not allowed to go in and out of the building amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Just one week ago, the Olsen twin was "in talks with lawyers" and looking for "other ways she can get around the situation" after a judge denied her petition for an emergency divorce. But in divorce documents obtained by Page Six, Olsen reportedly said: "The relationship has broken down irretrievably". "This has changed", says the source.More news: NASCAR's first race since coronavirus pause draws 6.32M viewers
It seems like Olsen won't see much of a financial loss following her breakup with Sarkozy. "She is the type of person who would never complain about a 12 hour work day".
Although a lot of things haven't gone the way she has hoped so far, this is something she probably really appreciates.More news: Toronto to reopen more than 850 park amenities this week