Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne interview each about the mile-high club

They call themselves "Cargo".

Ex-Neighbours star Margot Robbie
Margot Robbie Hollywood's hottest star Image Picture Jason Merritt/Getty

Suicide Squad stars Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne clearly formed a rock solid bond on the set of the comic book blockbuster.

The duo sat down to quiz each other for the latest issue of LOVE Magazine, and on the agenda were thinks you wouldn’t necessarily get from your standard mag interview.

Forget about your bog standard promote-the-film guff, on the agenda here were cheeky texts to Prince Harry, joining the mile-high club and the weirdest places they’ve had sex.

“On a jet-ski,” Robbie said on the latter. The vehicle wasn’t in motion, though. “No! That’s aiming way too high. A non-moving jet-ski, but in the water,” the Australian star explained.

Cara Delevingne Yves Saint Lauren
Cara strikes pose for YSL "I never said I was quitting modelling." Image Picture Yves Saint Lauren

For Delevingne her most shocking location is a “plane or a lift,” the Evening Standard quotes her as saying.

“I’ve had sex in planes a lot.”

“I’ve had sex in planes a lot,” she said. “But I’ve always been caught. It’s super-hard not to get caught. I had sex in the chair on the plane and there was a guy watching.

“We ended up telling the air stewardess what was happening. Like, ‘This guy keeps staring at us. Can you tell him to stop?’”

The duo share a mutual friend in Prince Harry, and during the Q&A decided to prank the Royal by sending him a text saying they were both dreaming about him.

“You two are obviously together. But I’m extremely glad I was in your dreams,” came back the speedy response.

Robbie and Delevingne, who call themselves Cargo, seem like a dynamite duo both on screen and off it.

The buzz surrounding their upcoming film was ramped up further after a clip featuring Delevingne as her Suicide Squad alter-ego, Enchantress, made its way online.

Suicide Squad, due for release on August 5, can’t get here quickly enough.

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Loaded digital media manager Simon Reynolds has written about film and entertainment for various leading websites since 2008. Follow Simon at @simonreyn

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