Elizabeth Olsen appeared on Tuesday to confirm that she is married, as she called her fiancé Robbie Arnett her “husband” during a WandaVision interview.
The 32-year-old actress spoke to Kaley Cuoco for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, where she subtly revealed her news.
Elizabeth has been engaged to Milo Greene musician Robbie since 2019 after a three-year relationship.
Wedding bells? Elizabeth Olsen appeared to confirm she is married on Tuesday when she called her fiancé Robbie Arnett her “husband” during a WandaVision interview (pictured together in 2018)
During the interview, the actress said she was doing the interview from her bathroom because of construction noises and affectionately referred to her “husband” Robbie as a “f**king cutie” while he helped decorate.
She said, ‘I’m in a bathroom. I’ve been in the UK for seven months and came back two days ago, and my neighbor is doing so much building on their backyard. I can still hear it, and I’m in the farthest bathroom.’
She added: “I also just noticed that my husband Little Miss Magic, you know, posted the Little Miss books? It’s these classic books, but magic because of WandaVision, because he’s such a damn cutie.’
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‘My Husband’: The 32-year-old actress spoke to Kaley Cuoco for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, where she subtly revealed her news
Sweet: Elizabeth has been engaged to Milo Greene musician Robbie since 2019 after dating for three years
Elizabeth confused fans after the interview when they joked on Twitter about how “coincidentally” she dropped the reveal.
One person said, “Elizabeth Olsen says out of the blue, ‘MY HUSBAND,'” followed by a GIF of someone pointing to their ring finger.
Another fan said: ‘So Lizzie got married and called her husband so casual in chat with kaley cuoco like it’s not a big revelation #elizabetholsen.’
Another follower commented: ‘Love that #ElizabethOlsen casually mentioned her ‘husband’ in an interview! Congratulations to the happy couple!’
Meltdown! Elizabeth sent fans collapse after the interview as they took to Twitter to joke about how ‘coincidentally’ she dropped the reveal
While another account added, “Elizabeth Olsen says ‘my husband’,” followed by a GIF of Rachel from Friends jumping up and down.
Elsewhere in the interview, Elizabeth confirmed that WandaVision will not be getting a second season because it is a “limited series.”
Kaley, 35, asked, “Do you think you’re going to make a second season of WandaVision?” to which the actress replied, ‘No. It’s definitely a limited series.’
The Big Bang Theory star continued: “Limited series. Well, that’s what we said…” as Elizabeth explained, “I mean, I say that. I do not know. I mean, with Marvel you can never say no. People die.’
Sad: Elsewhere in the interview, Elizabeth confirmed that WandaVision won’t be getting a second season because it’s a ‘limited series’ (Pictured on Photo)
To which Kaley joked, “That’s true. You’re right. I really thought I just had a big world first. But then she took it back very quickly.”
Series one of WandaVision ended in March 2021 and ended when Wanda finally realized her truth.
It comes after Elizabeth previously discussed how signing up to play a Marvel character would affect her family plans.
The actress starred alongside Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in the spin-off series WandaVision.
However, Elizabeth admitted that she was concerned about committing to the character — who she has previously played in five films — for so long would work for her family life.
Asked by OK! magazine how her dedication to Marvel affects her life decisions, she said, ‘Babies? That’s so funny… That was part of the Marvel pitch.
Kevin Feige pitched the new show to me and he told me about Doctor Strange 2 – and then I said, ‘So when should I think about conceiving a child, if I want to?’
Show: Series One of WandaVision ended in March 2021 and ended with Wanda finally realizing her truth (still pictured with co-star Paul Bettany)
‘He said to me, ‘I’ll tell you the same thing I told Zoe [Saldana] and Scarlett [Johansson]”You love your life and we’ll work around you.” That’s honestly the best answer a boss can say.”
The Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff) appears in multiple Marvel Comics.
She appears in the films Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019) and the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022), and is a main character in the Disney+ series WandaVision (2021).
Family Plans: It comes after Elizabeth previously discussed how signing up to portray a Marvel character would affect her family plans (pictured in photo)