Mary-Kate Olsen ‘renting $325K Hamptons mansion for the summer’ following bitter split from husband Olivier Sarkozy

MARY-KATE Olsen is "renting a $325,000 Hamptons mansion for the summer" following her bitter split from husband Olivier Sarkozy, it has been claimed.

The 33-year-old recently lost an emergency divorce petition, which she hoped would have allowed her to continue using their Gramercy apartment, an East 49th Street address and their Hamptons home.

And now Page Six has claimed that the fashion designer is moving out of Manhattan after the case wasn't deemed an "essential" matter by a New York judge amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

The former TV star is said to be moving to The Hamptons until her legal proceedings can be sorted out.

A source told the publication: "[she's set to] decamp to the multimillion-dollar Hamptons estate with a private dock".

Meanwhile, it was claimed that Mary-Kate and her much-older ex Olivier "clashed" before splitting because she wanted babies – and he didn't.

The former couple also clashed over Mary-Kate's schedule, as he reportedly wanted her "available" at all times.

After four years of marriage, it has been revealed that the former child star and her French husband clashed over multiple subjects and children was one of them.

A source close to Mary-Kate told PEOPLE that Olivier – who already has two grown kids – didn't want any more children, while Mary-Kate did.

"A few years ago, having a baby was not a priority for her. This has changed," the source said.

The source further explained: "Olivier has two grown kids and doesn’t want more. Mary-Kate thought he would budge on that and he hasn’t."

The informant cited their lifestyles as another reason why they broke things off so abruptly.

"Olivier is a party boy and a big spender," a source close to Olivier said. "He loves the high life."

The source close to the fashion mogul further explained: "Mary-Kate prefers to be quiet and alone and doing the things she likes.

"She’s not that interested in socializing – she likes small gatherings with select people. They ended up being apart quite a bit."

Just one week ago, the Olsen twin was "in talks with lawyers" and looking for “other ways she can get around the situation" after a judge denied her petition for an emergency divorce.

This would have triggered an automatic court order preventing Olivier from disposing of her New York City apartment.

Another source explained: “While she’s not living in her apartment, all of her expensive belongings are there, and she’s terrified she won’t get them back.”

The insider also alleged that the fashion designer had been left "incredibly upset" by the ruling, but was leaning on her sister Ashley, who had been a "tower of strength" and had whisked her out of the city.

"She’s doing everything in her power to support and advise her sister," the source shared.

The former teen star turned fashion designer filed on April 17, but New York courts were only accepting emergency divorce filings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Mary-Kate then filed for the emergency order, alleging her estranged husband was forcing her out of their home and had given her a deadline of May 18 to remove her belongings from their NYC apartment.

Documents seen by The Sun allege that Mary-Kate can't meet the deadline "because of quarantine guidelines" and she is requesting an extension until May 30, accusing him and his lawyers of failing to respond.

She has also claimed that he terminated their lease without telling her.

Despite fears of losing her apartment and the belongings in it, the former child star isn't afraid to come out any richer as she had a prenup that protects her business interests and fortune.

The former couple began their romance in 2012 and the pair wed on November 27, 2015, at a private residence in New York City.

Olivier is a French banker based in the US, although he went to university in the UK, where he studied Medieval History at the University of St. Andrews.

He has two kids from his previous marriage to Charlotte Bernard.

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