Ashley Olsen wears bandana mask as she keeps a low profile leaving her office following sister Mary-Kate’s nasty divorce

ASHLEY Olsen was keeping a low profile as she was spotted in New York City on Thursday.

The 34-year-old former child star bundled up as she went below radar in the Big Apple.

The Full House star covered her nose and mouth with a bronze coloured bandana.

She added some glamor with giant dark glasses.

The twin sister of Mary Kate – who announced her surprise divorce from Olivier Sarkozy in May – wore a yellow coat and carried her belonging in a large black leather tote.

The star – who shared the role of Michelle Tanner with her twin – styled her bronde locks into a centre parting with a ponytail and kept hold of her cellphone.

The low key outing comes after her twin – who, like Ashley, is now a fashion designer filed for divorce from the French businessman on April 17, but New York courts were only accepting emergency divorce filings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

She then alleged 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, which led to an emergency divorce order being filed.

“I am petrified that my husband is trying to deprive me of the home we have lived in and if he is successful, I will not only lose my home but I risk losing my personal property as well," she claimed.

New York courts later denied her request and so she put a second divorce application in at the end of May.

Mary-Kate married Olivier, 50, in 2015.

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

Sarkozy 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.

His half-brother is Nicolas Sarkozy, who served as the French president from 2007 to 2012.

Insiders close to the pair claimed that Olivier, 50, has long wanted Mary-Kate "to be more available" and that their cultural differences may have ultimately played a role in their split.

"She's super career-focused and he's very French and wanted her to be more available," the source told PEOPLE magazine.

The Olsen twins launched The Row in 2006, and 14 years later are still managing to turn a profit from their high-priced luxury wares.

Mary-Kate and Ashley have been heralded by the fashion elite for their work, and have won five Council of Fashion Designer of America Awards, including the prize for best womenswear in 2012 and 2015.

It is unclear just how much The Row makes, though WWD estimated the company was doing $50 million in sales annually back in 2015.

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