The way Mary-Kate and Ashley describe their relationship will give you all the feels
It's hard to name a more iconic pair of twins than Mary-Kate and Ashley. The erstwhile child actors captivated audiences young and old with their natural chemistry and sheer adorableness, but they have traversed fresh pastures since their stint on Full House and their spree of European adventures, diligently captured by The Disney Channel.
The sisters launched their luxury fashion line The Row back in 2006, and they also have the contemporary fashion collection Elizabeth and James to their name.
But despite all of their success, the Olsen twins have remained incredibly press-wary... well, until now that is. They recently gave a rare interview to WSJ Magazine about the launch of The Row's first full menswear collection, and in it, they briefly touched on their own relationship.
While Mary-Kate is firmly settled in New York City with her husband Olivier Sarkozy, and Ashley is considering moving back to Los Angeles - it appears the pair are still united in that unique twin way.
In their interview with WSJ, writer Christina Binkley described them as regularly completing each other's sentences, and their comments about their relationship only made the whole interchange more endearing.
"It’s been 32 years of learning how to communicate," Ashley said of their sisterly bond, before going on to describe her and Mary-Kate's relationship as being "a marriage and a partnership. We have had ups and downs.... We do everything together."
"We came out of the womb doing that," Mary-Kate corroborated.
In the interview, we also learn that the fashionistas are very particular about the smallest of details when it comes to their fashion line, The Row. Case in point: they once spent six months debating whether to put the two handles of the Margaux bag on the inside or outside of the tote. When their office vote was split, the Olsens ended up producing it both ways.
And the level of diligence remained the same when it came to their impending men's collection. They spent a full year "really figuring out the fit of the suit" - so much so that they noticed how much of a difference a slightly higher rise on men's pants can make - Ashley said that the ensuing cut is "quite sexy".
“We’re talking millimeters," Mary-Kate said of the height difference.
The twins have previously addressed why they have chosen to abstain from social media.
"We’ve spent our whole lives trying to not let people have that accessibility," Mary-Kate said in a 2011 interview with Vogue. But their reclusive nature doesn't mean that it's all work and no play. "I have a husband, two step-kids and a life; I have to go home and cook dinner. I ride horses on the weekends. You find the thing that helps you relax, and if you don’t have it, you have to look for it," the 32-year-old later clarified to The Edit.