Mary-Kate Olsen and husband Olivier Sarkozy are preparing for the birth of the child

Мэри-Кейт Олсен и ее муж Оливье Саркози готовятся к рождению ребенка

In 2015, the actress and designer Mary-Kate Olsen has married the brother of former French President Olivier Sarkozy. The marriage ceremony was a mystery, and she was in the mansion of the pair in Manhattan, where they now reside. Enjoy the company of each other, the Olsen twins and Sarkozy came to the conclusion that they are ready to become a complete family in the traditional sense. Close to a couple of sources say Mary-Kate and Olivier started thinking about the heir and soon intend to implement his plan.

For the 30-year-old actress baby Sarkozy will be the first, but the 47-year-old banker with experience of fatherhood is already familiar. Olivier is the father of two teenagers: a boy Julien and girls Margot. Sarkozy’s children from his marriage to actress Charlotte Bernard, with whom the banker had lived from 1997 to 2011.

The children of his wife Mary-Kate accepts and loves, but now she is thinking about their own motherhood and is looking forward to this moment.

We will remind, meeting of the pair took place in 2012. Then the banker came to himself after the divorce, the actress was going through a controversial breakup with her fiance, the Greek tycoon Stavros Niarhos III changed Mary-Kate, with her best friend Paris Hilton.

By the way, news about a future motherhood of Mary-Kate was published shortly after the scandalous reports that the Olsen twins are unscrupulous employers.

It turns out, heads a multimillion-dollar luxury brand, The Row owed its employees a large sum of money. Recently the Supreme court in Manhattan issued a ruling that Olsen needs to pay workers their Atelier 140 thousand dollars.

Scandalous trial has commenced in 2015.

Trainee named Shaista Lalani accused Olsen in violation of labor laws: according to her statement, in preparation of the next collection The Row was attended by 185 trainees, and each of them worked in excess of at least 50 hours a week, along with the Studio employees. However, no work, no overtime any Intern has not been paid. In her lawsuit, Ms. Lalani made a special emphasis on the fact that their work in the Studio was incredibly complex, with the canadian mistreated and not put.