FRILL-SEEKER Margot Robbie grins in a mini-dress after admitting she stole an “opportunity” to kiss Brad Pitt.
Aussie beauty Robbie, is used to turning heads on the screen – after sizzling in films such as Wolf of Wall Street and Birds of Prey.
The Australian actress, 32, was at The Hollywood Reporter’s Women In Entertainment Gala on Wednesday night in Los Angeles alongside newlyweds Brooklyn Beckham, 23, and Nicola Peltz, 27, who posed for a photo with Heidi Klum, 49.
Margot stars opposite Brad, 58, in the upcoming period comedy-drama Babylon and revealed she went in for a kiss which “wasn’t in the script.”
She explained: “I thought, ‘When else am I gonna get the chance to kiss Brad Pitt?’ I’m just going to go for it.”
Margot who began her TV work as Ramsay Street’s Donna Freedman, on Neighbours, from 2008 to 2011, appeared in the show’s finale.
And remembering her time on the soap, Margot told how it was only when she moved to London that she realised how widespread its popularity was.
Margot, who grew up on a fruit farm on Australia’s Gold Coast, moved to LA after leaving Neighbours in 2011 and landed a role in US TV show PanAm.
But it was her part opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf Of Wall Street that caught the eye of movie bosses after the film was released in 2013.
Soon after she moved to South London and shared a four-bedroom pad in Clapham that was dubbed “The Manor” with six other friends.