Margot Robbie Shares Adorable Photo of Her Newest Family Member
Harley Quinn had a pet hyena in Birds of Prey, but Margot Robbie went a little more traditionally when deciding which animal to bring into her family. In her Instagram post on October 17th, Margot showed off her new pet and he's pure puppy perfection.
Margot didn't reveal a name for her new friend and decided to just label the Instagram with a puppy emoji and a heart. Still, the actress is head over heels for her new furry friend.
The Wolf of Wall Street star is a huge animal lover, so it's no surprise she's hanging out with another dog. In a 2018 interview with PORTER, the Oscar nominee spoke about how she and her husband Tom Ackerley, who she married in 2016, have a ton of pets.
As much as Margot loves animals, she admitted that there was a time when she wasn't sure whether to bring home another dog. Her husband Tom disagreed.
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"Three days ago my husband stopped at a dog house on his way back from the airport and we now have a pit bull puppy. We already have a two year old [dog] who is still acting like a puppy," said Margot Socket. “I love him, but he's a handful, and I haven't slept in the last three days. I say, 'We'll take care of her for the week,' and my husband says, 'No! We'll keep her.' And I say : "We absolutely cannot and if anything, cement in my head now that we cannot have children. I cannot cope with two puppies, let alone children!" "
Margot Robbie, puppy
When Margot isn't chasing her pups, she's helping make Hollywood more inclusive for women.
The script lab that Margot recently founded found that all female writers have sold their projects, which means there is very likely a lot more female-authored films on the horizon.
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