Another Olsen engagement! It's Elizabeth Olsen's turn
Wow, two Olsen engagements in just two weeks? This time, it is Elizabeth Olsen's turn to celebrate her engagement to her actor beau Boyd Holbrook!
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There is a lot of love in the Olsen sisters' lives at the moment — there have been two Olsen engagements in the space of just a couple of weeks.
And this time it is Elizabeth Olsen's turn to bask in engagement glory because the 25-year-old beauty has just gotten engaged to the love of her life, actor Boyd Holbrook, after nearly two years of dating.
According to multiple sources at Us Weekly, the couple have been talking about getting engaged for quite some time now, and even recently took a romantic trip to the city of love and lights, Paris!
If there is one place to ignite the passion, it is most certainly Paris, and a source revealed to the publication, "They've been by each other for a while, taking a lot of couple time."
The happy couple first met on the set of the movie Very Good Girls and have remained smitten with each other ever since. The duo even planned to take their romance to the next level just a few months ago when they decided to move in together into a swanky pad in Brooklyn, New York City, New York.
And we are so glad that the loved-up pair have managed to make their relationship work despite the seven-year age gap between them. However, Elizabeth is not the only Olsen girl to have a thing for older men.
The Martha Marcy May Marlene actress' older sibling Mary-Kate Olsen, 27, has been involved in a passionate romance with her much older beau Olivier Sarkozy, 44. And while the couple's relationship has sparked controversy in the past because of their 17-year age gap, it is believed the fashion guru is even more serious about her relationship than ever; she is rumored to have become engaged to her French banker beau just two weeks ago.
And as for Ashley? According to Us Weekly, she is not out of luck in the love department either. She has a new man in her life, Moneyball director Bennett Miller.