Elizabeth Olsen expertly answers rude questions about her sisters in a restored clip

Elizabeth Olsen is a fierce protector of her older sisters.

An old clip of the “WandaVision” star has gone viral Twitter over the past week for comments she made to defend her two sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Elizabeth and James Celebrate InStyle Flagship Store Opening (Donato Sardella / Getty Images for InStyle)

Elizabeth and James Celebrate InStyle Flagship Store Opening (Donato Sardella / Getty Images for InStyle)

In the 2012 clip, the actress was in the middle of signing autographs outside 30 Rockefeller Center while paparazzi stood next to her, with someone asking her, “Why are you so much nicer than your sisters?”

Olsen had the perfect answer and simply replied: “You have bothered them all their lives.”

In the post’s response, fans praised the actress for her response and support for her sisters and were shaken by the question she was asked.

“Who would ask the question as if she does not want to defend her family members ??” a person wrote.

Another user said in a tweet, “Imagine having the opportunity to ask one, EVERYONE, a question to Elizabeth freaking Olsen, and that’s the question you are asking,”

There was a moment in time when Olsen wanted distance from his sisters and their famous surname to fight nepotism. Early on, she considered dropping her last name and replacing it with her middle name, Chase, instead. She told Glamor UK that she remembered a moment when she was 10 years old when she thought, ” I do not want to be associated with (Mary-Kate and Ashley) ‘for some reason. “

Clearly, she decided against it and carried the torch on from her sisters in the industry.

Although the famous twins may have stepped away from the film and television industry and switched to a career in fashion instead, they still had their younger sister left when she decided to pursue an acting career. As her career began to pick up speed, her older sisters gave her early solid advice on how to handle celebrity life and behave.

“They are very wordy – notorious – and I did not care what I said (in interviews) because I had assumed that no one would read it,” Olsen said during a 2017 interview with Modern Luxury. “That was when we had conversations. They would say, ‘You know, even if you do not think anyone will read this article, someone can pull the quote later for (something else).’ It’s all part of how you hope someone interprets you and how they affect who you are and the work you do. ”

The 32-year-old has also carried another sister council around with him over the years. During an interview from “Off Camera with Sam Jones,” the actress shared a strong piece of advice that her older sisters passed on, and that applied to all aspects of her life, not just acting.

When asked if there was anything she learned from her family that “still applies in the way you behave or the way you do business?” Olsen had the perfect answer.

“I think there are two things. Something my sisters always say that may have come from my father at some point – my father, I do not know – is that ‘no’ is a whole sentence,” she said. . “And I really like that, especially as a woman. You can just say ‘no’ and I just really like that in all aspects of life. “

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