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Wednesday 1 June 2016

Mary-Kate Olsen ‘not in any rush’ to marry

Published 29/03/2013

Mary-Kate Olsen
Mary-Kate Olsen

Mary-Kate Olsen is reportedly resisting marrying her boyfriend of ten months French businessman Olivier Sarkozy even though he “wants to lock her down for life”.

The 26-year-old fashion designer and her 43-year-old beau French banker Olivier Sarkozy have been dating for around ten months.

The couple’s relationship has been going from strength to strength and Olivier apparently purchased a 4,200sq ft New York City townhouse last year for them to establish a “love nest” in together.

Although Olivier, the brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, divorced his previous wife Charlotte in 2011 it is said he is looking to tie the knot with Mary-Kate as soon as possible.

"[He] wants to lock her down for life," a source told Us Weekly magazine.

"He calls her 'smart as a whip' and says she's mature for her age."

Mary-Kate doesn’t appear to share the same eagerness to walk down the aisle.

The star is happy to take her time and see how their relationship develops before taking the plunge.

"She's making him wait," another insider revealed.

"Mary-Kate wants to give it more time. She's not in any rush."

Mary-Kate and Olivier appear to be head over heels despite their 16-year age difference.

Apparently the successful tycoon is just her type.

“MK is constantly complaining about boys not being mature enough for her. She got the kids out of her system,” another insider told the publication previously. “Now being a businesswoman dominates her time, and she is rarely impressed with guys.”

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