Regarding her marriage to Robbie Arnett, Elizabeth Olsen offers some details.
In a Tuesday interview with SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, the 33-year-old WandaVision actress—who will refer to Arnett as her husband in June 2021—explained that the couple “eloped” and then “had a wedding at another time.”
She said, “It was before COVID.” I simply avoided discussing it.
It was lucky timing, Olsen continued, because she “had to work in England, and there are visa complications with that.”
She stated with a chuckle, “We, fortunately, timed things out, accidentally, pretty nicely.
If the epidemic had been in full force at that time, Elizabeth Olsen claimed that Arnett, 30, “wouldn’t have been able to come” with her to England “at all.”
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“Then there was the extreme backup of everything. At that time, getting married was not even an option. However, things turned out okay “She continued.
The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness actor hasn’t said much about her romance with musician Arnett since the two were first sighted together in March 2017. Aside from her 2021 “marriage” joke, she has largely kept her connection with him private.
Olsen and Arnett were engaged in July 2019 according to a report by PEOPLE, which came out a little over two years later. The engagement happened after three years of dating, a source at the time said.
Robbie Arnett is the lead singer of the indie band Milo Greene, and Olsen is well-liked by Marvel fans for her role as Wanda Maximoff in the comic book series. With their newly released children’s book Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective, they have combined their creative energies to teaching kids about wellness.
The first in a planned series, the picture book centers on Hattie Harmony, a “Worry Detective” who assists her friends in overcoming their regular concerns, such as riding the school bus or speaking in front of their peers. She also finds methods to overcome her own fears with love and warmth.
Olsen and Arnett said in a joint statement to PEOPLE that they set out to write Hattie Harmony with the intention of creating a likable character that would make discussing difficult emotions pleasant and interesting for young children.
They went on to say that they hoped Hattie Harmony would serve as a welcome reminder to always be kind to oneself and others, as well as speak up when they needed assistance.
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