"Full House" alum Ashley Olsen has welcomed her first child with husband Louis Eisner. Sources close to the couple told TMZ that Olsen had given birth to their son, Otto, a few months ago, shocking many fans as the pair has remained very private throughout their relationship. There has been no official statement of the birth, but sources have said that their couple is "ecstatic" about their new addition. Olsen and Eisner, an artist and the son of jewelry designer Lisa Eisner, were first linked back in October of 2017, but have kept a low profile throughout their entire relationship. They have not publicly spoken about their relationship and have only been spotted in public a few times. In August 2018, the couple was photographed arm-in-arm while on a walk in Los Angeles. In July 2019, rumors swirled that the pair was engaged after Olsen and Eisner were photographed while on a date in Los Angeles, where Olsen was sporting a prominent ring on her left ring finger. In December 2022, the pair tied the knot in a small ceremony, with her sisters Mary-Kate and Elizabeth in attendance. A source told People, “For them, it was a perfect celebration. They never wanted a huge wedding.”
A few of Olsen's "Full House" co-stars expressed their excitement for the new mom. Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, who starred as Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler on "Full House" recently spoke about Olsen's new baby on their podcast, "How Rude, Tanneritos." Barber asked Sweetin if she had heard the news, where Barber said, “I just heard this this morning that Ashley Olsen had a baby. That blows my mind!” Sweetin added how she couldn't believe that Olsen had a baby saying, “The baby had a baby. I’m sorry, I know she’s not a baby, she’s a 37-year-old woman. I realize that. But it’s like when the youngest member of your family has a kid all of a sudden you’re like ‘Oh my gosh it’s happening!’”
After they stepped away from their child-acting days, Ashley and her twin Mary-Kate went on to create a clothing brand, "The Row," while they were students at New York University in 2006. The clothing brand reflects their minimalist style, which translates into their personal lives, as they try to keep those things out of the spotlight. In June 2021, Mary-Kate spoke with i-D about their minimalist style, saying "We were raised to be discreet people." Ashley added saying, "I think that potentially that's just our aesthetic, our design preference. But that doesn't mean that we don't also appreciate something truly ornate or maximal. Sometimes a collection even starts quite like that, and then gets pared down. "It doesn't always start from that simplistic place."