Except we’ll never find out because he’ll never say it.
Ashley Olsen and her sister Mary-Kate Olsen have a history of dating men significantly older than them, but that sort of lopsided age dynamic is nothing new in Hollywood.
Ashley founded The Row in 2006 in her drive to make a luxurious basic white T-shirt to suit many women—she meticulously tested it on all shapes and ages, 20 to 60, trying to find a commonality of fit and attitude.
Lest anyone’s lost track, that includes her Elizabeth and James label that she shares with her twin sister, Mary-Kate Olsen.At the West Twenty-second Street headquarters of Dualstar, where The Row is based, the sisters sit at a swatch-strewn studio table.Ashley is bundled up in a pilled Marc Jacobs oatmeal sweater pulled over an old black Moschino slipdress and a rusty-red shahtoosh looped around her neck. Photo credit should read: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is pictured during her visit to open the new multi-million pound extension at the V&A Museum in London on June 29, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / RICHARD POHLERICHARD POHLE/AFP/Getty Images Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge receives flowers from six year old Lydia Hunt the daughter of new director of the V&A museum and former Labour MP Tristram Hunt at Victoria & Albert Museum on June 29, 2017 in London, England Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge during an official visit to the new V&A exhibition road quarter at Victoria & Albert Museum on June 29, 2017 in London, England. Photo credit should read: Richard Pohle/PA Wire Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge is pictured during her visit to open the new multi-million pound extension at the V&A Museum in London on June 29, 2017.“We hired a showroom and talked buyers through,” remembers Ashley.