With everything from their strange dating preferences, to some questionable business practices, to Mary-Kate's still-unexplained connection to the death of Heath Ledger, the Olsen twins have led bizarre lives since leaving the TGIF lineup. There's a lot to unpack when it comes to the mysterious world of the Olsen twins, so let's dive right in and find out just how peculiar Mary-Kate and Ashley's lives have become.
Though they've found massive success in an entirely separate business — the fashion world, and they've also become increasingly reclusive. (1987-1995), but they continued to rake in beaucoup bucks when the popular sitcom ended.
However, Mary-Kate and Ashley are extremely protective of their privacy, and neither have any type of public social media accounts.
"Mary-Kate and Heath were casually dating for three months before Heath's death," reported a source saying.In 2015, Mary-Kate married Olivier Sarkozy, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, in an (unsurprisingly) private wedding.According to , all guests had to turn over their phones before entering.Despite their astronomical success, however, the twins pretty much dropped off the face of the earth in recent years — so much so that an exhibit titled 'Olsen Twins Hiding From the Paparazzi' opened up in New York City. Here's why you never hear from the Olsen twins anymore. And while most child stars' popularity slowly fades out, the opposite happened for Mary-Kate and Ashley.Before they all but disappeared from the public eye as adults, the two starred side-by-side in a handful of feature films, made-for-TV movies and even had their own television show, , which began airing on February 26 that year."I've always been a worker," Ashley told Net-A-Porter's magazine in 2017.