Keeping us guessing! Elizabeth Olsen sparked speculation that she's a married woman in a new interview.
"I’m in a bathroom," the Wandavision star explained of her unusual backdrop. "I’ve been in the U.K. for seven months, and I got back two days ago, and my neighbor is doing so much construction to their backyard. I can still hear it, and I’m in the furthest bathroom."
"I also just noticed that my husband put Little Miss Magic [in here] — you know, the Little Miss books?" she said of the 29-year-old. "They’re these classic books, but magic because of WandaVision, because he’s such a f***ing cutie."
Fans didn't hold back their thoughts on social media.
"my heart just grew 3 sizes hearing and seeing this," another said.
"Wow ok I’m going to cry, thanks for breaking the news to me," a third fan wrote.
It was reported in 2019 that the couple got engaged but neither of them commented at the time. They were first linked in 2017.
"They are in an exclusive relationship and Lizzie is excited about him," an insider told E! News at the time. "She deserves it. It's very new though, but they seem to like each other a lot already."
Despite conflicting reports, it wouldn't be a surprise if the couple have secretly married. Olsen and the musician have opted to keep their romance out of the spotlight, as they are rarely seen together, and have not spoken much about their relationship publicly.
Meanwhile, Olsen mostly ruled out returning to WandaVision as the beloved character's story will continue in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is slated for release in March 22.
"I immediately fell in love with the idea. It's an opportunity to kind of reinvent the wheel and challenge new audience members who don't know the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as our old fans. But it is still 100 percent MCU through and through," Olsen previously told OK! about the series.
One of the most iconic parts of the show was the time shift between each episode which saw Wanda and Vision appear throughout different decades, inspired by different sitcoms. "There was so much effort that went into picking out these vintage fabrics, the wigs and the different haircuts," Olsen gushed.
"You had to make it specific to every decade. There had to be a certain type of curl, different types of false eyelashes and a certain shape of the nails. The detail and craftsmanship still blows my mind."