Elizabeth Olsen found it "weird growing up" with famous siblings.

Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen

The 'Avengers: Infinity War' star found it difficult constantly having paparazzi around when she was growing up as her older sisters, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, were famous.

She said: "It's weird growing up with that. The paparazzi part was the strange part because they follow you and as a child it was very scary. They were obsessed with them turning 18."

And Elizabeth also admitted to being "intimidated" by Danielle Haim, who she grew up with.

She added: "She was just like the coolest person in the world and I was really intimidated by her and her group of friends. They would play at my best friends’ summer pool party every year."

Elizabeth is currently staying in Richmond, London with her partner amid the coronavirus pandemic and she admits she wants to move to the UK as she is "living this British dream".

Speaking to Jessie Ware for her Table Manners podcast, she said of her time in the British capital: "I’m having the greatest time. I’m with my man partner and we’re in Richmond.

"We’re living this British dream, in this house, in Richmond right by the water. We want to figure out how to stay here so now we want to write a rom-com … because we don’t wanna leave. I have such an affinity for England already that last year we were looking into how we could legally live here."

However, Elizabeth recently slammed Londoners for not "listening" to coronavirus guidelines.

She said: "I think what it really means is that people can't buy alcohol from pubs and walk around and socialise. No one is really listening to anything anyway here. Truly, people just don't wear masks outside and anywhere people can gather with a takeaway pint, they do. I think [the government] are just taking away the liquor and everything else is the same of not being able to mix with other households."