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If you’re a fan of actor/producer/delight Margot Robbie, you probably know about her totally adorable Harry Potter obsession (she revealed last year that her friends even hired a Harry Potter stripper for her bachelorette party in 2016), but for the unfamiliar, she gave some new insight into her other passions in her Vogue “73 Questions” video. Margot also shared some of her fave people (including fellow Aussie Troye Sivan), styles (bring. back. chunky. earrings.), set secrets, the dish she loves to “cook” and why working with Quentin Tarantino is “the best ever.”

 

 

Troye Sivan, Wes Anderson and Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Who’s got Margot’s attention right now? A lot of people. YouTube-star-turned-musician Troye Sivan is an Australian she thinks everyone should know about (duh) and Killing Eve mastermind Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a “female performer blowing her mind right now.” If you’re not up on your British TV, consider this the universe telling you to get on it.

Margot also shared that she loves to work with actor Matthias Schoenaerts (the two star in upcoming Ruin) and director Wes Anderson (because seriously, he seems magical).

On the time she was starstruck

Considering the kind of people she’s working with all the time (Leonardo DiCaprio? Allison Janney?), the time she was the most starstruck is a little surprising. It actually wasn’t any of her A-list co-stars who set her heart a-flutter; it was meeting 50 Cent.

 

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It’s us boy and @margotrobbie BGC Top of New York. #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO

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She played hockey

That’s probably the last thing you would expect to hear from an Australian who lives in L.A. but Margot is full of surprises! In a quick true-or-false portion of the interview, Margot revealed that she never played rugby, but she did play ice hockey. Go figure!

Yup, she tatted her co-stars

Back in 2015 when Robbie, Will Smith, Jared Leto and the rest of the Suicide Squad were filming the movie, the core cast gave each other matching “SKWAD” tattoos. At the time, Robbie admitted that the first one she did, she misspelled. Wonder who got that one.

 

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Open for business!

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Her favourite food is #SoRelatable

Her favourite thing to cook? Nothing, but she can make a mean cheese tray. Her go-to drink? A good ol’ G&T. Her food vice? Ice cream. Her favourite thing about Cannes? Eating croissants every day.

We are Margot Robbie. Margot Robbie is us.

Chunky earrings, stripey toe socks and sunscreen

Of course we all want Margot’s star style so she dropped some quick (like, really quick) fashion and beauty thoughts. Most important beauty tip? WEAR SUNSCREEN. Trend that needs to come back? Chunky ’80s earrings. Trend that never grows old? Crisp white shirt and blue jeans (preach!). Trend that should never, ever see the light of day again? Stripey toe socks.

*Slowly peels off toe socks and drops in the trash.*

That BAFTA look

Speaking of fashion, Margot says her 2019 BAFTA look was the most extravagant thing she’s ever worn. Considering she’s played Queen Elizabeth I, that’s really saying something.

 

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🖤baftas🖤@chanelofficial

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Her favourite Instagram is perfect

There’s so much good Instagram content out there, how can anyone pick a favourite account? Well, Margot did—and it’s Tiny Kitchen.

“They make little food,” she said. “It’s really cute.”

 

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Tiny Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl 🍚@tastemade_japan #oyakadon #ricebowl #tinykitchen #tastemade

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Working with Quentin Tarantino is “the best ever”

While some actresses (like Uma Thurman) have shared negative experiences working with the famed director, Margot has high praise for the brains behind Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

“It was the best ever,” she said. “There are no cell phones on set—I don’t think Quentin even owns one—and every 100 rolls of film everyone stops and has a drink and celebrates.”