Elizabeth Olsen flashes a wide smile as she arrives at the Good Morning America studios in NYC


Elizabeth Olsen flashes a wide smile as she arrives at the Good Morning America studios while promoting her new children’s book

Elizabeth Olsen was pictured as she made her way towards the Good Morning America studios in New York City on Monday.

The 33-year-old performer appeared to be enjoying her solo stroll as she flashed a wide smile as she walked towards the production area of the long-running talk show.

The WandaVision actress and her husband, Robbie Arnett, utilized their time on the program to discuss various aspects of their new children’s book, Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective.

Showing up: Elizabeth Olsen was pictured as she made her way towards the Good Morning America studios in New York City on Monday

Showing up: Elizabeth Olsen was pictured as she made her way towards the Good Morning America studios in New York City on Monday

Olsen wore a stylish patterned green dress that showed off her chiseled legs as she strolled into the studio.

The Primetime Emmy-nominated performer also rocked a set of black heeled shoes that contrasted perfectly with the color of her outfit.

The actress accessorized with a round-framed pair of sunglasses and kept a small purse slung over her left shoulder.

Her beautiful blonde hair fell towards her shoulder and paired well with the tones of her clothing.

Dressed to impress: Olsen wore a stylish patterned green dress that showed off her chiseled legs as she strolled into the studio

Dressed to impress: Olsen wore a stylish patterned green dress that showed off her chiseled legs as she strolled into the studio

Stepping in style: The Primetime Emmy-nominated performer also rocked a set of black heeled shoes that contrasted perfectly with the color of her outfit

Stepping in style: The Primetime Emmy-nominated performer also rocked a set of black heeled shoes that contrasted perfectly with the color of her outfit

Olsen and Arnett discussed various aspects of their publication during their interview with Good Morning America’s hosts, and she noted that working on a children’s book was a passion project for both of them. 

The actress noted that ‘we’ve been wanting to write a children’s book for about…four years.’

The performer went on to speak about the process of coming up with the publication. 

She expressed that her husband ‘writes and I’ll edit, or I’ll have notes,’ to which Arnett added that their working relationship was ‘a perfect harmony.’

New book: Olsen and Arnett discussed various aspects of their publication during their interview with Good Morning America's hosts, and she noted that working on a children's book was a passion project for both of them

New book: Olsen and Arnett discussed various aspects of their publication during their interview with Good Morning America’s hosts, and she noted that working on a children’s book was a passion project for both of them

Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective is centered on the character of the same name as she helps her friends navigate their first day of school. 

Olsen then remarked that she hoped that ‘helping kids understand the complicated feelings that they’re having’ regarding their early experiences with education.

She also pointed out that Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective was the first installment in what she described as a ‘series’ of children’s books.

Intention: Olsen then remarked that she hoped that 'helping kids understand the complicated feelings that they're having' regarding their early experiences with education

Intention: Olsen then remarked that she hoped that ‘helping kids understand the complicated feelings that they’re having’ regarding their early experiences with education

The performer hoped that the book’s readers would be able to utilize its lessons to help other students with their first days of school.

‘If children are at least able to identify…what they’re feeling, how they’re feeling, then maybe they can identify it in someone else,’ she stated.

Olsen remarked that she also wanted Hattie Harmony: Worry detective’s readers to ‘have a little more compassion, or empathy, or curiosity’ for other students.

Making it clear: The performer hoped that the book's readers would be able to utilize its lessons to help other students with their first days of school; she is seen with Arnett in 2017

Making it clear: The performer hoped that the book’s readers would be able to utilize its lessons to help other students with their first days of school; she is seen with Arnett in 2017

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