Margot Robbie Might Have Gotten Secret Married In Australia

December 19, 2016 / Posted by:

Back in August, Margot Robbie claimed she was too busy to get married to her director boyfriend of three years Tom Ackerley. Margot must have found an empty page in her day planner, because everyone’s reporting that she got married to Tom over the weekend.

Margot was seen flying into Australia last week, and many figured it was to spend Christmas with her family. But according to Australia’s Women’s Day, Margot had a whole lot more planned than decorating gingerbread dingos and gathering around the didgeridoo to sing Six White Boomers. A source told Women’s Day that Margot was getting married. Today, both Australia’s Daily Telegraph (via Daily Mail) and The Sun are saying that the source was telling the truth. Margot got married.

The Daily Telegraph claims it happened at a secret location in Byron Bay, Australia. But The Sun says it happened about four hours away from Byron Bay in Margot’s hometown of Dalby. Margot is estranged from her dad, so The Sun is saying she was walked down the aisle by her mom and two brothers. Her sister was reportedly her maid of honor.

Neither Margot nor Tom have confirmed that they did indeed make it legal this weekend.

Margot and her man Tom aren’t Brangelina famous, so it’s not like they had to get married on the hush like that. But I understand fully why she did. Margot is getting her own Harley Quinn film soon. Getting secret-married means there’s no chance Margot would receive any surprise off-registry gifts on her wedding day from “The Joker.” I’m pretty sure Macy’s won’t take back a toaster filled with spider eggs.

Pic: Splash

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