Mary-Kate Olsen divorces: “Olivier Sarkozy would have loved a housewife”

Several reasons led to Mary-Kate Olsen applying for divorce after 5 years of marriage to the Frenchman Olivier SarkozyEx-lovers would not only lead a much different life against the plan to have a child. According to a source in the magazine PeopleThe 33-year-old ex-actress, who was quoted on May 21, 2020, is said to be too careerist to the taste of her future ex-husband, a 50-year-old banker.

Mary-Kate works very hard and concentrates on her business. His schedule is more than strictreported to a relative. She’s the kind of person who never complains about a 12-hour day. Olivier never understood his dedication and passion. He would like to have a housewifeOlivier loves to travel in the tropics with his French friends. He has traveled several times without them (…). You can’t control a girl who’s been on her way to becoming a billionaire since her 20th birthday.

After a child star in the series The feast at home, Mary-Kate Olsen became an experienced businesswoman by founding her own production company with her twin sister Ashley. Converted into successful stylists in 2005, they founded a real fashion empire with the brands The Row and Elizabeth and James. Mary-Kate Olsen’s little free time is dedicated to her passion for horseback riding.

A few days ago, another source was People confirms that the stylist and her husband do not share the same aspirations: “Olivier likes to celebrate and spend time. He leads the great life. Mary-Kate prefers peace and solitude and does the things she loves. She doesn’t really care, she likes small committee meetings.

A divorce that can wait

On April 17, Mary-Kate Olsen wanted to file her first divorce application, but was rejected by the New York courts, which only deal with urgent applications at this time of the health crisis. On May 13, the American filed for divorce, explaining that Olivier Sakorzy had terminated her lease without asking her for her consent: “My husband is waiting for me to leave our house on Monday, May 18, 2020, during a Break in New York because of the Covid-19 (…). I am petrified that my husband is trying to deprive me of the house in which we lived, and if he succeeds, I will not only lose my house, I also risk losing my personal property.” in particular, it explained.

This second request was rejected two days later, and a judge found that this situation was not a real emergency. According to a source ofE! MessagesThe young woman and her twin sister are said to have fled to an apartment outside Manhattan.