New York City was blessed with a rare Olsen sister sighting on Tuesday.
Ashley, Mary-Kate and Elizabeth stepped out for a sisters’ night out as photographers captured the trio strolling the streets while braving the chilly weather, reported Page Six.
Ashley, 37 – who secretly gave birth to a baby boy named Otto last year – stayed warm in an oversized olive green parka, baggy jeans and a scarf, completing her look with orange-tinted glasses and a large tote.
Mary-Kate, also 37, sported a floor-length dark trench coat while also opting for a big purse.
Meanwhile, the twins’ younger sister, 34, donned an all-black ensemble featuring a jacket, a beanie, bell-bottoms and boots.
Page Six confirmed in August 2023 that Ashley and her husband, Louis Eisner, welcomed their first child together, with reports claiming at the time that the little one had arrived “a few months” prior.
The Full House star and the artist, 35, tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in December 2022. Though they began dating in 2017, Ashley did not appear on Eisner’s Instagram page until July 2021. The incredibly private couple then made their red carpet debut two months later.
As for Mary-Kate, with whom Ashely founded fashion brand The Row, she settled her divorce from French banker Olivier Sarkozy in January 2021 after five years of marriage. While Ashley and Mary-Kate have taken a step back from acting, Elizabeth has skyrocketed to stardom in recent years.
The Marvel star, who eloped with musician Robbie Arnett before the Covid-19 pandemic, gushed over the duo’s impact on her personal life and career in a May 2022 interview.
“I always felt that having older twin sisters was an advantage,” Elizabeth told Harper’s Bazaar at the time. “I felt very clear about how I was going to navigate lots of things because of watching them. I also felt very protected.”
She made sure to note, “There’s something that I’ll never experience of that connection, but I feel lucky to be witness to it. I actually think it’s an amazing feeling – being the younger sibling to twin sisters. If I was spoiled by one, the other wanted to match it. I loved it.”
This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission.