Mary-Kate Olsen makes rare appearance with husband Olivier Sarkozy in New York City





There she is!

Mary-Kate Olsen made a rare public appearance this week, stepping out alongside husband Olivier Sarkozy at Sotheby's in New York City for its 2017 Take Home A Nude Art party and auction.

Olsen, 31, donned an ankle-length black dress, which she paired with white Velcro sneakers. She wore minimal makeup and posed for cameras with her trademark semi-pout. The petite star's smaller stature is more noticeable when she's by the side of Sarkozy, who stands at 6'3.

Although she's been spotted with sister Ashley in 2017, this is the first major appearance Olsen and her husband have made this year.

Just a day earlier, supermodel Carla Bruni, who is married to Nicolas Sarkozy opened up about what it's like having Olsen as a sister-in-law.

"She's my husband's brother's [wife], but I didn't go to the wedding!" Bruni told Andy Cohen on Tuesday's "Watch What Happens Live." "They invited us, and then we couldn't go because of a stupid reason, geographical reason, you know, we had to come over here and we couldn't. But I mean, he seems so happy."

She continued, "I met her at some cousin's wedding and she looked adorable and [was] very kind. And also, Olivier, he looks very happy with her. He had a lovely family and then he had a divorce..."

Although she stayed pretty tight-lipped, she gave a somewhat affirmative response to rumors that the couple offered bowls of cigarettes at their intimate 2015 wedding.

"It's allowed," Bruni said.

Earlier this year, Olsen gave a rare glimpse into her extremely private home life during an interview with The Edit.

"I have a husband, two step-kids and a life; I have to go home and cook dinner," she said. "I ride horses on the weekend."

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