Mary-Kate Olsen split from husband Olivier Sarkozy because she ‘wanted to have a baby but he didn’t’
Mary-Kate Olsen reportedly split from her husband Olivier Sarkozy over a disagreement about having children.
It is claimed that the 33 year old actress, who rose to fame after starring in the sitcom Full House alongside her twin sister Ashley, wanted to have kids with the French banker, but he didn't.
While Mary-Kate has no children of her own, 50 year old Olivier, who is the brother of former French president Nicolas, shares two children Margot and Julien with his ex Charlotte Bernard.
It is said that the fashion mogul was keen to start a family with her other half, but he didn't want to have more children.
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A source told People Magazine: "A few years ago, having a baby was not a priority for [Mary-Kate]. This has changed."
It's also been said that Mary-Kate tried to file for an "emergency divorce" from Olivier on 14 May, but the New York courts denied her request.
New York Supreme Court spokesman Lucian Chalfen told Fox News: "Currently, we are only accepting essential/emergency matters for filing. The original filing was rejected by the New York County Clerk because they did not follow the essential matter procedure.
"They refiled under the essential matter procedure and the matter was referred to the ex-parte judge, a New York State Supreme Court judge.
"He determined that it is not an essential matter, so they can't file anything at this point."
Prior to the decision, Mary-Kate allegedly claimed that Olivier had terminated their lease without informing her and then gave her a deadline of 18 May to get her belongings from their home.
According to TMZ, the star's divorce documents are thought to have said that she simply couldn't meet the deadline "because of quarantine guidelines."
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The New York Minute star is said to have requested an extension until 30 May, but has accused Olivier and his lawyers of failing to respond.
It is unclear whether the two have come to an agreement on this.
The documents are also thought to prove she has requested their prenuptial agreement to be enforced, which protects her estimated £205million fortune.
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A source explained how "easy" it will be for the actress once the proceedings actually begin as the prenup is "ironclad".
"Her business interests and fortune are protected," the insider added to US Weekly.
The blonde beauty and French banker began dating back in 2012 before marrying three years later, in 2015, at a private residence in New York City.
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