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Elizabeth Olsen reveals wedding plans to Boyd Holbrook

Elizabeth Olsen has just recently gotten engaged to Boyd Holbrook, and now she’s busy planning their wedding and their futures together.

Elizabeth Olsen reveals wedding plans and thoughts on family to Marie Claire

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The Olsen sisters definitely have reason to celebrate with both Mary-Kate and Elizabeth getting engaged within less than a month of each other. However, there will be no double wedding ceremony.

Elizabeth Olsen, who is newly engaged to her beau Boyd Holbrook, sat down with Marie Claire U.K. for an interview for the magazine’s June issue and revealed she will not be walking down the aisle at the same time as her older sister Mary-Kate and her sister’s man Olivier Sarkozy.

“No, I just told her she gets to pick a date first!” The Avengers: Age of Ultron actress joked. And perhaps she’s waiting for her fashion guru sibling to pick that date before she plans any more wedding details.

“I’m relaxed about it, but I am excited and planning ideas because it’s fun — it’s just like throwing a party to celebrate life,” Olsen told the mag. “I love being in a relationship a lot.”

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Although, just because she’s relaxed about her upcoming nuptials does not mean Olsen does not have plans for the future. In fact, she and Holbrook are already talking about starting a family, even though she’s not yet sure where they’d like them to grow up.

“My mother would love it if I was in L.A. with kids,” the brunette beauty claimed. “I loved growing up in L.A., but I always think about places I’ve never been to before, like Oregon.”

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And family appears to really be a big thing for the talented actress.

“It’s more important for women to do well in their family lives because they end up doing better in their job if they pay attention to their family,” she explained. “There was a time when you’d have a career, get to the top, and then have children, which I always thought was weird — as opposed to having kids witnessing the ebbs and flows, starting somewhere and growing together as a family.”

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