Margot Robbie stops crying as she receives a sweet message from her former Neighbors co-stars
She rose to fame on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours.
And Margot Robbie had an emotional virtual reunion with former co-stars Alanletcher and Jackie Woodburne this week.
The actress, 32, had to hold back tears during the sweet moment, as the duo congratulated her on her Hollywood success — but assured that there will always be room for her back.
‘It’s just family’: Margot Robbie, 32, cried tears on HeartM this week when she received a sweet video message from Neighbors stars Alanletcher and Jackie Woodburne
Margot and co-star Babel Diego Calva were appearing on HeartM with presenter Dev Griffin to discuss their new Hollywood movie.
And the blonde beauty was stunned by a special message from her former co-stars, with Alan graciously sharing that he and Jackie will be “the first to see her new movie.”
But the actor — who plays Karl Kennedy on the series — also reminded her that she always has a spot on Neighbours.
“Now, we just wanted to remind you, the Kennedy House has a lot of bedrooms,” Alan began.
Supportive: Surprised by a special message from her former co-stars, Alan sweetly shared that he and Jackie would be “the first to see her new movie.”
Space always: During the video message, the couple assured that if something goes wrong in Hollywood – it will still have a place in the soap opera
While his on-screen wife Jackie agreed: “She’s huge, so if things go pear-shaped for you there, don’t worry, just come home.” We will make room.
‘You defy. “We love you so much,” Alan concluded sweetly.
The video message left Margot overwhelmed with anxiety as she said, ‘I could actually cry.
They’re… I mean, if you’re Australian or British, creative, creative, you know, the TV show you worked on called “Neighbours” in Australia, they’re like two of the most iconic characters on it. In any case…’
On screen: Margot rose to prominence on the long-running Australian soap opera Neighbours, playing Donnariedman (pictured with Jackie)
Terry: The video message left Margot overwhelmed with anxiety as she said, “I could really cry”
She continued, “I don’t know how to do, like, to convey how emotional he is.” But I spent three times, like, literally, like Jackie would spend more time on me and teach me how to love roasting chicken and feeding myself.
And just likeletch would literally teach me how to put my money in order and my money and the like, Toadie taught me how to do my taxes. And you know, it’s just like, it’s family when you’re.. like that.. thank you for doing that, that’s so sweet. “
Margot continued that she originally wanted to be killed off of Neighbors when leaving the show in 2011.
‘Jackie wanted me more and taught me how to love roasting chicken and feeding myself,’ she explained.
She said she left her character open-ended “just in case”, and added: “You know what, when I was finishing Neighbours, I said, ‘Can you guys kill me in a big dramatic death? ‘” “
And they said ‘No, no, no just in case you need to come back to the show, if it doesn’t work out in America, we’ll keep your character alive so you can come back if you need to. And I was like, “I will, but thank you!”
Make it happen, as the star catapulted to fame in 2013’s Wolf of Wall Street alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, before starring in a slew of leading roles.
New movie: Margot and co-star Diego Calva were chatting with HeartM while promoting her new movie, Babylon