MARGOT Robbie looked pretty as a picture as she glammed up on the red carpet of the premiere for her latest film I, Tonya.
The blonde beauty, 27, teamed her look with a chic bob at the the Paris premiere of the film about ex figure skater Tonya Harding.
Margot showcased her Cinderella style in her whimsical gown, and added a tougher edge to her look with her chic bob.
The actress went for old school Hollywood glam with her pillar box red lipstick too.
Margot recently received a Best Actress BAFTA nomination for her role as Tonya – and is hotly tipped for a gong at the glittering awards ceremony in London next month.
I, Tonya is a biographical film which follows the career of former figure skater Tonya and her fall from grace.
The film begins with a four-year-old Tonya being forced to ice skate by her mother, who soon takes her child out of school so that she can focus on the sport.
Tonya soon finds love with abusive Jeff Gillooly, who becomes implicated in an attack on Tonya's rival Nancy Kerrigan prior to the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Tonya soon finds herself in court and her future in the sport is brought into jeopardy.
Margot's rise to fame has been really something for her fans to watch: the Aussie actress first hit the limelight when she took up a role in popular soap opera Neighbours and has since gone on to find Hollywood success.
After proving her talent on Aussie TV, Margot’s career moved to films. She featured in 2012 rom-com About Time, before landing her most famous role to date.
Margot worked alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill as she filmed for Academy Award-winning film The Wolf Of Wall Street.
As viewers fell in love with the blonde bombshell, she was cast in Focus, The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad.
Her recent and upcoming projects include Goodbye Christopher Robin, Peter Rabbit and Mary Queen of Scots.
In December 2016, the Aussie actress tied the knot with her film director partner Tom Ackerley.
The behind-the-scenes filmmaker has worked on the likes of Grimbsy, Macbeth and Pride during his career.
Brit Tom met Margot when the pair were both working on World War Two film Suite Francaise, filming scenes across Belgium and France.
Their relationship was cemented over the summer when they got engaged, and Margot confirmed her joy with a rather cheeky Instagram post.