Mary-Kate Olsen filed for divorce from Olivier Sarkozy. They reportedly clashed over Mary-Kate wanting to have children.
Allegedly, Olivier wanted her to be a stay-at-home wife and thought she focused too much on her career.
For 97 percent of her life, Mary-Kate Olsen has been working and raking in the paychecks, which has amounted to an insane net worth of $250 million.
From starting out on Full House to founding Dualstar Entertainment Group (the company that produced her and Ashley Olsen’s legendary films, like Holiday in the Sun and Passport to Paris) to designing The Row’s and Elizabeth and James’s chic offerings, the 33-year-old always keeps busy. But apparently, her focus on her career wasn’t what Olivier Sarkozy had in mind when they got married and was one of the several factors that led to their messy divorce.
In the past couple of weeks, it’s become apparent that Mary-Kate and Olivier had some major issues. While a few reports claimed she wanted to be “done with constant drama,” others detailed apparent disagreements when it came to expanding their family.
Mary-Kate reportedly wanted to have kids of her own, whereas Olivier, who has two adult children, is past that point in his life. Also, he reportedly thought she would lighten up her workload, which hasn’t happened.
According to a People source, “Mary-Kate is extremely hardworking and focused on her business. Her work schedule is beyond disciplined.
She is the type of person who would never complain about a 12-hour workday.” And speaking of her soon-to-be-ex, they added, “Olivier never understood her drive and passion.
He would have loved to have a stay-at-home wife.” Oh, and apparently, Mary-Kate rarely takes vacations, which wasn’t in line with his love of “traveling to tropical places with his French friends.
Needless to say, Mary-Kate was not about to go along with that plan. And as one fashion insider said of the situation, “You can’t control a girl who has been on the billionaire track since her 20s.
Uh, well, at least they realized this relationship wasn’t going to work sooner rather than later. Go be great, Mary-Kate!
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