Ashley Olsen spotted having fun with an old friend
One of the Olsen twins was recently spotted with one of her dearest friends.
Ashley Olsen and Jonah Hill had been friends for so long. As the Daily Mail suggested, they try to fit in time for each other as much as they possibly can.
They were spotted hanging out with a gal friend on Easter Sunday in New York City.
Olsen was sporting a huge, olive green coat to protect herself from the chilly weather.
The coat had wide sleeves, as well as an uneven hemline. She also wore wide-legged black pants underneath.To finish off the look, she wore a blue scarf and sunglasses.
34-year-old Hill, who was smoking and holding a cup of coffee at the time, was wearing a white sweater embellished with blue stripes.
He matched his top with black pants and black shoes. Hill was also wearing a green beanie, fit for the weather to keep him warm.
It seemed unusual for the 31-year-old to be seen out without her twin, Mary-Kate.
The media outlet suggested that Olsen may have spent the day with Hill to give him her condolences amid the passing of his brother.
Hill lost his brother, music manager, Jordan Feldstein, in December 2017. He unexpectedly passed away at the age of 40 due to a heart attack.
The Olsen twins first became famous when they starred on Full House when they were merely young kids.
They maintained their fame by landing roles here and there both for film and television.
Soon enough, they created their first clothing line and collaborated with Walmart. Eventually, they found their true passion in the fashion industry.
The twins share a number of brands together, such as Elizabeth and James, The Row, and Olsenboye.
At present, they have focused on their careers as fashion moguls and have refrained from acting.
As for Hill, he has six projects lined up for him, which includes a gig with Netflix, a series entitled Maniac. He will star on the show alongside Emma Stone.
On July 13, 2018, he will be seen on the big screen with Joaquin Phoenix on Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot.