Mary-Kate Olsen is dating some creepy-ass dude (Olivier Sarkozy), creepy because of how much older he is than she (17 year age difference) and because of how possessive he looks of her in every photo. It’s been rumored that they’ve been secretly married, or engaged, or are having a “test marriage”, whatever the hell that is. Now apparently Ms. Olsen’s family and friends are urging her to get a $500 million prenup, so it looks like marriage may be in her future after all. From the fabulous National Enquirer (grain of salt, people):
…pint-size Mary-Kate, 27, was spotted shopping for a large engagement ring at the Neil Lane boutique in Los Angeles. She’s said to have her heart set on a huge sparkler.
“All of the rings she looked at are over five carats,” a source told a reporter.
Although the bling could set 44-year-old Sarkozy back a staggering $100,000, that’s nothing compared to the gigantic sums that would be protected by a prenup.
Celebrity divorce attorney Raoul Felder told The ENQUIRER: “She’s worth a bundle and he’s got money, too.
“So this would be like two corporations merging – which is Sarkozy’s specialty…”
That’s such a weird way to think about marriage — as two corporations merging — but it also totally makes sense.
I DON’T GET THEIR RELATIONSHIP AT ALL.
December 19, 2013 at 4:30 pm by Catherine St. Ives
Mary-Kate Olsen, 26, is often seen being cuddly and gross with her 43 year-old boyfriend, Olivier Sarkozy, but could they be engaged? OR EVEN MARRIED? Probably not, I think people just want an excuse to post these hilariously awkward photos of the seemingly mismatched couple.
Huffington Post reported the sighting of a gold ring on her left ring finger. She also has a gold ring on the other hand. Let’s take a look.
Yes, from this angle this photo is definite proof that Mary-Kate Olsen looks like she is about to make out with a warped Tom Hanks.
Before you start freaking out at the idea of Michelle Tanner getting married (!), remember that we’ve been here before: In January, photographers spotted “Markozy” shopping at a jewelry store in Paris then spied Olsen with a ring on her left-hand ring finger. Alas, her rep told The Huffington Post that the despite the bling, the couple is not engaged.
So basically, thanks for NOTHING, Huffpo.
March 5, 2013 at 4:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
You know, I think that sometimes we all focus way too much on the negative, and I think that the relationship between Mary-Kate Olsen and her boyfriend, Olivier Sarkozy, is a good example of that. We always talk about how creepy he is and how uncomfortable it makes us feel to look at pictures of them together. So instead of doing that whole thing over again, why don’t we stay positive about it all? Why don’t we make this glass half full?
See, Olivier is VERY GOOD at being creepy. That is a talent that he has, and it is very impressive! He must have been at this for years, which shows a lot of dedication! And in this particular outing, he even went the extra creepy mile:
So Olivier is talented, dedicated, and hardworking! Just look at all those positive aspects of his personality! I’d even go as far as to say that very few of us are as good at anything as Olivier is at being creepy. And if that’s not a compliment, then I don’t know what is.
But here’s the real story here: Mary-Kate was photographed wearing a ring on That Finger. And it looks like an engagement ring:
There’s always the chance, of course, that Mary-Kate just put a ring on for funzies and that it doesn’t mean anything, but I could definitely see this being an engagement. I think she’d marry this dude, and I don’t think she’d make any sort of announcement about it. You can see that, right?
Images courtesy of Socialite Life
January 8, 2013 at 2:30 pm by Emily
If you’ve ever wondered what Mary-Kate Olsen was like outside of designing pill bags and killing Heath Ledger (yeah, I know, old news, that is, wearing it out and all that), this is it. This is what Mary-Kate does in all of her spare time—kiss men who could be her father at basketball games. Honestly, I’m not even sure she goes anywhere other than those damn basketball games, and judging by the ever-tousled state of her hair, she definitely doesn’t go anywhere near places that have a brush.
Isn’t love so cute, guys?
December 15, 2012 at 10:00 am by Sarah
Ugh, this is just the creepiest. Just look at that picture. Mary-Kate looks terrified. And why does he always grab on her head? What’s that about? He looks like a creepy sorcerer trying to do some creepy magic on some kid he kidnapped and took back to his tower.
Now look at this picture:
Still with the grabbing of the head. Can anyone explain that?
That’s Mary-Kate’s “ha ha, I love it when you squeeze my head, ha ha, someone please receive this cry for help via text” face.
I don’t care about the age difference between these two. That’s whatever. She’s a 26-year-old woman, she can date whoever she wants. What I care about is the fact that my skin is literally crawling after looking at this photo. My skin is physically squirming to get off of my body so that it doesn’t have to be an organ that assists my eyes in looking at this creepy awful mess. Literally.
November 11, 2012 at 3:00 pm by Emily
Yesterday, Emily mentioned to you guys that Mary-Kate Olsen and her could-almost-be-her-father boyfriend (who is the brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy) Olivier Sarkozy are in the process of moving into a new home they purchased together, so apparently, things are getting serious. And we have pictures of the house, which is absolutely beautiful. I’m talking beautiful—it’s right up my alley, personally, and I cringe to know that I *might* have something else in common with Mary-Kate Olsen besides our shared birthday of June 13th.
Here’s the details on the house, which is 146 years old (or ten years shy of Olivier and Mary-Kate’s combined age):
Sarkozy is buying it because he and Olsen “like that it is old,” a real estate insider told The Post’s Jennifer Gould Keil. The 4,200-square-foot home, built the year Abraham Lincoln took office, was designed by architect James Renwick Jr., best-known for St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Smithsonian. Sarkozy paid the full asking price for the five-story house with nine fireplaces, a Juliet balcony in front and a large rear garden. The townhouse is in the St. Mark’s historic district, but the couple can gut the inside so long as they keep the façade intact. It isn’t clear how much renovation they plan to do, although the plumbing and kitchen need to be completely updated. Listing broker Jason Haber, CEO of Rubicon Property, declined to comment.
So, it sounds pretty righteous, yeah? 4,200 square feet, old as hell, fireplaces which you know are genuine wood-burning and not those fake-ass propane ones, and a garden, too. A garden! It’s a perfect little hidey-hole for a mini-elf and her giant boyfriend to play hidey-hole while squeaking “Fe! Fi! Fo! Fum! Where’d that giant stick his thumb?” all the while.