The much-awaited summer movie, Barbie, starring Margot Robbie in the lead role, was launched on Friday amidst high expectations. In this live-action film directed by Greta Gerwig, the 33-year-old actor portrays the character of the iconic Mattel doll, while Ryan Reynolds accompanies her as Ken, her love interest. Barbie dolls have been a popular choice for young girls, ranging from toddlers to pre-teens, with some even continuing to cherish them well into their teenage years. DailyMail.com recently shared rare photographs of Margot as a child, during the same age that most girls collect Barbie dolls and accessories like her pink convertible, pets, bicycle, and Malibu beach house. These images, which have hardly ever been published before, portray Margot as a charming and adventurous young girl, with thick bangs and a broad smile on her face.
Margot Robbie, who played Barbie in a recent movie, has been caught in some adorable childhood pictures. In one of the snaps, she is seen at the age of four attending Somerset College Primary School in Queensland back in 1994. It’s amazing to see how far she has come since then!
Margot seems like an adorable little one, as seen in rarely-seen photos where she displays a beaming smile and a readiness for exciting escapades.
Wow, she’s stunning! This is a photo of the talented actress in her Western attire for a film directed by Greta Gerwig. Margot Elise Robbie was born on July 2, 1990, and had a pretty normal upbringing in Dalby, Queensland, a rural town in Australia with a population of around 15,000. Her father, Doug Robbie, was a sugarcane tycoon and farm-owner, while her mother, Sarie Kessler, was an educated physiotherapist. Margot grew up with her siblings Anya, Lachlan, and Cameron, but faced family troubles when her parents divorced when she was only five. After the split, the family lived with their mother on a farm called Currumbin Valley owned by one of their grandparents. Margot didn’t see much of her dad after that. Despite the challenges, she excelled in sports and learned gymnastics. There are even rumors that her mother enrolled her in circus classes to train as a trapeze artist when she was eight years old.
The fearless performer appeared to have had a typical childhood in Australia. She wasn’t raised in a bustling metropolis, but instead in the rural town of Dalby, Queensland. She comes from a family of four siblings, including Anya, Lachlan, and Cameron.
Happiness captured in a photo: The celebrity is spotted alongside her younger sibling Anya during their childhood days in Australia, beaming with joy.
Margot’s dad wasn’t around much after their family separated, but Robbie managed to flourish regardless. She developed a love for sports, particularly gymnastics, and even as a young teen with braces, she was quite skilled.
Robbie has become a huge celebrity as he graced the European premiere of Barbie at Cineworld Leicester Square on July 12, 2023 in London.
Margot Robbie’s family ties are strong, as seen in a photo featuring her father Doug Robbie, mother Sarie Kessler, and husband Tom Ackerley. Acting, however, was Margot’s true calling. Although still in high school, she had already acted in two small budget films – Vigilante and I.C.U. – showcasing her talent at an early age. She continued to hone her acting skills by studying drama at Somerset College, albeit struggling financially during this period. To make ends meet, she took on odd jobs such as tending bar, cleaning homes, and even making sandwiches for a Subway chain. After graduation, she pursued her acting career in Melbourne, landing commercial gigs to sustain herself.
Dalby is a charming rural community located in the Western Downs Region of Queensland, Australia. The town boasts a population of approximately 15,000 friendly residents.
Margot Robbie made a rare appearance with her mother Sarie at the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Her acting career began with a guest role as Caitlin Brentford in the drama series City Homicide in 2008. She later starred in The Elephant Princess alongside Liam Hemsworth and had a successful stint on Neighbours from 2008 to 2011. Moving to Hollywood, she landed small roles on Pan Am and About Time before her big break came with Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013, where she played the gorgeous wife of Jordan Belfort, portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio. Margot’s sex scenes with DiCaprio were wild and well-received by fans. She subsequently starred in Focus with Will Smith, The Legend Of Tarzan, Suicide Squad, I, Tonya, Terminal, and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, among others. Recently, she appeared in Bombshell, Birds Of Prey, Amsterdam, and Baby;on, with her last film being Asteroid City. Margot revealed during the promotion of her new Barbie movie that she never played with dolls as a child.
Ah, the energy of youth! This snapshot captures a 19-year-old lass at the Australian Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2009, held at the Hisense Arena in Melbourne.
In 2009, at the Black Eyed Peas Wrap Party held at the Palms at Crown in Melbourne, Margot Robbie revealed that she was not interested in playing indoors with toys and preferred to be a “roll-around-in-the-mud kind of gal.” Although her sister and cousins had dolls, she did not recall having any herself. When she did play with dolls, they were not in good condition since they were poorly taken care of. In an interview before the SAG-AFTRA strike on BBC 2, Margot shared a funny anecdote about how she faked her death as a young girl to get back at a new babysitter she did not like. She waited 45 minutes for the nanny to discover her lying next to a kitchen knife covered in ketchup. It was worth it to see the babysitter run out of the house screaming since Margot preferred her former babysitter Talia.
At the age of 19, Margot was spotted at the 51st TV Week Logie Awards in Melbourne. During an interview, she shared a prank she had pulled on her roommate where she covered herself in ketchup and laid naked on the floor with a kitchen knife for almost an hour until her roommate found her. Her roommate’s reaction was to run screaming from the house. Ryan Gosling joked that she produced her own death. Margot also recalled a time as a child when she scared people so much that they called an ambulance. She had practiced a pratfall on the cinema stairs at a shopping center, proving to be a dramatic child.