Australian Actress Margot Robbie is ‘Not’ Single Anymore
By Anshu Shrivastava | February 27, 2014 8:37 PM EST
Margot Robbie is reportedly dating Henry Aitken, a son of New Zealand farmer. The actress is currently in New Zealand, shooting her movie, "Z for Zachariah." The sexy actress has been dating Aitken for nearly a month, according to various media reports.
Aitken had posted a photograph of his and a woman standing behind him. Only one side of the woman's face is visible. This woman is likely to be Robbie, according to media reports [CHECK the Photo Here].
This couple reportedly met at the set of "Z for Zachariah." Sydney Morning Herald reports that Aitken was part of the movie's film art department. The report quoted Aitken's close friend as saying, "She's got quite a few roles lined up so she's going to be really busy . . . but he is in the film industry too so maybe they can find a way to maintain their relationship."
The close friend also said that Robbie comes across as a person who is "not interested in celebrity types." Robbie's mother has reportedly met Aitken during her visit to New Zealand to meet her daughter. Penny, Aitken's mother, however, refused to provide any detail about her son and Robbie. She said, "We can't and won't comment."
Robbie is seen as one of the hottest, new Hollywood actress ever since "Wolf of Wall Street" released. For "Z for Zachariah," the actress has shed her glamorous look and has transformed herself into a simple looking girl. Robbie is playing the principle role of Ann Burden.
"Z for Zachariah," a post-apocalyptic indie movie, is based on a book of the same name by Robert C. O'Brien. Craig Zobel is directing the movie. Nissar Modi has written the script. The movie also stars Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Robbie has also been cast in a new live action 3D "Tarzan" movie. Earlier this month, Warner Bros. announced that it has officially begun pre-production on this movie. Robbie has been paired opposite "True Blood" Alexander Skarsgard. The movie also stars Samuel L. Jackson and two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz.
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