Margot Robbie Finally Shows Off Her Gorgeous Wedding Ring In New Photos
Blinded by the light!
In December, 26-year-old Australian actress Margot Robbie finally got married to her forever lover Tom Ackerley.
Robbie and the British director reportedly tied the knot at a private ceremony in Australia, where just close friends and family were present.
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Fast forward to Tuesday of this week, when Margot Robbie made an appearance at the Marie Claire Image Makers Awards in Los Angeles to support her makeup artist, Pati Dubroff.
When the 26-year-old arrived at the event, she hit the red carpet, where she showed off her stunning wedding ring in all its glory.
I know, it’s hard to see Robbie’s ring in the above photo, but not to worry, here’s a closeup shot of Robbie’s shiny new bling.
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Well done, Tom Ackerley. This ring is seriously shiny and sparkly, yet it’s also extremely elegant.
Entertainment Tonight’s Katie Krause attended the Marie Claire Image Makers Awards this week, and she spoke to Pati Dubroff, who was thrilled Robbie came to LA to attend the event.
Speaking with Krause, Dubroff said of Robbie,
She flew in for this, yes, she’s on the ground for less than 10 hours or something. I couldn’t even believe that she was adding that into her very busy life… but that’s the power of the relationship that’s formed when you are a team.
Apparently, Margot Robbie met Tom Ackerley while on the set of the WWII film “Suite Francaise.”
Ackerley recently posted the following photo of himself with the Australian bombshell, and the pair look very much in love.
To caption the above photo, the British director wrote,
She’s all that.
Tom, I think most men would definitely agree with that sentiment.
A little over a month ago, Robbie posted a similar picture of herself with Ackerley. Naturally, she included an equally adorable caption.
To caption the above photo, Robbie wrote,
This guy (smiley face with heart eye emoji).
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