Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie is “so bummed” about Brexit

The Australian, who spends much of her time in London, is probably no fan of Nigel Farage.

Margot Robbie who is set to star in The Legend of Tarzan
We was Robbie'd Margot can't believe what happened with Brexit. Image Picture by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

Margot Robbie has expressed her concern at the potential repercussions facing Great Britain in the wake of the result of the referendum on leaving the European Union.

The UK voted to leave the EU last month in a move that sent shockwaves through the world.

David Cameron resigned, Michael Gove tried and failed miserably to become Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s political career was over, then surprisingly resurrected, and Theresa May became PM – it was all too much.

“The repercussions are massive”

And it would appear that Robbie, who is a regular visitor to London, is among those to express surprise and disappointment at the public’s decision.

Speaking in an interview with Stylist the Aussie actress, who first became known to UK fans for her work on daytime soap Neighbours before hitting it big in Hollywood, revealed she was “so bummed” by the “shocking” result.

“The repercussions are massive,” she said.

“It sucks but it is such a good wake-up call to everyone about what is going on in the political climate and to vote.”

And in a sad development for UK fans of the 26-year-old, it would appear that the move has scuppered any of Margot’s plans to one day, perhaps, move to these shores.

Margot Robbie in Suicide Squad
Madness takes hold Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Image Picture Warner Bros

“For a while I was like, ‘Should I buy a house [in the UK]?’ And now I am like, ‘Nope, probably not!’” she revealed.

“I love London no matter what. London is its own thing, it’s not all of England. But it sucks.”

Just when you think this whole Brexit thing can’t get any worse, Robbie delivers a bombshell like that.

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Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.

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