In a small and private event in Bel-Air, Ashley Olsen eventually married her longtime boyfriend Louis Eisner… Read more details below…

The business tycoon in the fashion industry, who is 36 years old, wed Louis Eisner in a small, intimate ceremony on December 28. Page Six was the first publication to break the story.

According to insiders who spoke to the publication, the couple tied the knot in front of about fifty of their closest relatives and friends at a residence in Bel-Air.

Since October 2017, Ashley has been connected to Eisner, an artist who also happens to be the son of jewelry designer Lisa Eisner.

The celebrity, who is notoriously discreet about her romantic life, has not yet provided any public remark on their partnership. People’s request for a statement from the fashion mogul’s representative was not immediately met with a response.

While Ashley and Eisner were on a date in Los Angeles in June 2019, seeing a movie and dining together, rumors began to circulate that the two were engaged.

The celebrity opted for a laid-back look, wearing an oversized black hoodie and matching sweatpants. However, the huge dark band that she wore on her left ring finger was the piece of jewelry that drew the most attention.


Two years later, Eisner shared a photograph of Ashley in which she was seen having a refreshing drink as the two of them were out hiking in the woods.

In the photo that was uploaded to Eisner’s Instagram Story, the fashion designer was also seen holding a strange item. It seemed to be a machete that was black in color.

Eisner, who is 33 years old, did not add a message to Ashley’s photo; but, he did immediately post a picture of himself posing on a log over a pond after Ashley’s snapshot.

In June 2021, the former Full House star and her twin sister, Mary-Kate Olsen, discussed the reasons why they are low-key individuals with a minimalistic style. They said that part of their upbringing was keeping their personal affairs out of the public.

When questioned about the reserved and understated aesthetic of their fashion company, The Row, Mary-Kate, and her sister told i-D that they were “taught to be secretive people.”

“But it doesn’t mean that we don’t also like something that is extremely ornate or maximal,” Ashley said. “I believe that possibly that is just our style, our design choice.” Sometimes a collection even begins just like that, but over time it is culled down to its essential pieces. This straightforward approach is not usually the starting point.”

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