Growing up as the younger sister of two global superstars, Elizabeth Olsen admits that her unbringing wasn't "average."
"It's definitely not a lot of people's average childhood, but I don't know if any of us look back at our childhoods and think of any of them as average," she said of her experience as the younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
"I guess it was unique to me and my sisters' experience," she told United Kingdom host Lorraine Kelly.
Mary-Kate and Ashley became known worldwide for starring in "Full House." They quickly began their own brand, as they released movies, clothing and merchandise. They were two of the richest women in the world as teenagers.
Elizabeth followed her sister's footsteps into acting, and carved her own path. She's now a part of the Marvel universe, including Disney+'s new series "WandaVision."
"We have these characters, they are these super heroes that are just trying to fit in the suburbs, but things aren't what they seem and it will be revealed in every episode," she said.
She's also about to start filming the "Doctor Strange" franchise in London.
"We love it here, we're so happy here, we love walking in the rain and bundling up. It's so nice to quarantine everywhere else, even if it's inside our home," she said of her United Kingdom pad. "Every opportunity I have to come here, I seize it. Even if I'm in Europe, I figure out how to swing to London. It's my home from home."
Elizabeth's interview comes as her sister Mary-Kate finalizes her nasty divorce from Olivier Sarkozy.