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Where Were You When the Olsen Sisters Posted Their First Public Selfie?

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This is not a drill. We repeat, this is not a drill. The Olsen sisters have just posted their first official selfie to Instagram. And naturally, they’re already seasoned smizing pros…even with their sunglasses on.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Instagram Selfie
Sephora/Instagram

The sisters are notoriously anti-social media, one of the last few celebrity holdouts who refuse to adopt to the overshare craze. But the Olsens have finally broken their selfie-less silence, posting a candid shot of themselves in honor of their Sephora Instagram takeover to celebrate their fragrance My Nirvana by Elizabeth and James, captioned, “Rise and shine. First public selfie ever 😕 😜 @ElizandJames #SephoraTakeover” So while the sisters still don’t have an account of their very own, perhaps posting on behalf of the makeup company will get them to finally catch the gramming bug and grace us with more much needed pictures of their hyper private faces.

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While the Olsens will probably come closer than any Kardashian ever has to actually breaking the Internet with their latest snap, let’s all remember this is by no means the first time they’ve made a star cameo on another person’s account, much to the fanfare and delight of everyone everywhere. In fact, let’s all take a moment of silence right now to admire them and their ultimate NYFW zen-goals:

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And now that you’ve witnessed this momentous, historic social media occasion, we’ll ask you once again the most important question you’ve ever been asked in your entire existence: Where were you when the Olsen sisters posted their first public selfie? (And more importantly, where do all their private selfies go?!)

What do you think of the Olsen sisters first selfie? Do you want them to join social media?

–Emily Kirkpatrick