A good man can be easy to find if you keep your eyes open, as Ashley Olsen has apparently discovered.
The child star-turned-fashion mogul has a new boyfriend, and he is businessman David Schulte, according to Us Weekly. David is the CEO of luxury eyewear company Oliver Peoples.
"Ashley is dating David," a source reveals. "It's pretty new."
There's no word yet on how the two met, but clearly they're both in the fashion field, as Ash has started numerous clothing lines with her twin sis, Mary-Kate. And Ashley, 27, is never seen outdoors without a stellar pair of shades, so she and David both clearly have an eye for eyewear. Maybe Ash and David will even collaborate in the future!
It’s not clear how much older David is than Ashley, but back in 2006, BusinessWeek said he had “more than 15 years of strategic operational, financial, marketing and retail experience.” Then again, the same could be said for the Olsens, so maybe he’s a wunderkind, too.
To see a photo of David, click here!
Ashley is known for her high-profile romances over the years. She dated The Hangover star Justin Bartha from 2008 to 2011, who is now engaged. She also dated restaurateur Scott Sartiano and is rumored to have hooked up with hero-turned-pariah Lance Armstrong back in the day.
Meanwhile, Ashley's sister, Mary-Kate, is still going strong with her guy, 43-year-old French millionaire Olivier Sarkozy. She has been dating the brother of the former French president since the end of last year. If MK has any advice for Ashley, we’re guessing it’s “Don’t introduce your new boyfriend to Paris Hilton.” Back in 2005, Mary-Kate introduced the hotel heiress to Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos. Soon thereafter, Stavros dumped the former child actress for Paris.
Ashley and Mary-Kate got their start on the beloved '90s sitcom Full House — we still miss their adorable bangs-and-a-bow hairdo! — but Ashley has been out of acting for several years and is focused on fashion.
So do we think Ashley and David can make things last? Well, to use their Full House catchphrase: "You got it, dude!"
Source: Us Weekly