Australian actress Margot Robbie poses for photographers during the world premiere of Goodbye Christopher Robin in Leicester square in London.
Australian actress Margot Robbie poses for photographers during the world premiere of Goodbye Christopher Robin in Leicester square in London. NEIL HALL

Margot Robbie’s bizarre red carpet look

MARGOT Robbie struggled with her dress and turned heads with her wet-look hair during her latest red carpet appearance.

The Aussie actress continues to take over Hollywood with a leading role in biopic, Goodbye Christopher Robin, the story behind Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne.

Attending this week's premiere in London's Leicester Square, Margot brought a touch of glitz and glamour to proceedings, The Sun reports.

Donning a full-length floral gown that showed off her incredible figure, Margot took the red carpet by storm but was frequently helped out by assistants as she risked falling out of the frock.

Actress Margot Robbie poses for photographers upon arrival at the World premiere of the film Goodbye Christopher Robin in London.
Actress Margot Robbie poses for photographers upon arrival at the World premiere of the film Goodbye Christopher Robin in London. Joel Ryan

With her hair slicked back, Margot opted for a bizarre orange shade of eyeshadow.

Margot, 27, started her career in 2008 with a role in iconic Aussie soap, Neighbours.

After a three-year stint on the popular show, she made the jump to the Hollywood A-list in 2011 after starring opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street.

She's since gone on to land roles in box office hits including Suicide Squad, Focus and The Legend of Tarzan.

She married husband Tom Ackerley in December 2016 after they met on the set of the film Suite Francaise.

This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission.

 

News Corp Australia


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