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03/11/2020 10:19 GMT

Margot Robbie Transformed Into A British Icon For Halloween And Absolutely Nailed It

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Her Birds Of Prey character Harley Quinn has inspired many a Halloween look, but Margot Robbie had a very British icon in her sights for this year’s festivities.

The actor spiced up her life by dressing up as Ginger Spice and we have to say, we approve.

The Aussie star shared a snap after transforming herself into Geri Halliwell’s most iconic look from the Spice Girls legendary 1997 Brit Awards, performance, complete with Union Jack dress, massive red platform boots and a ginger wig.

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Spice Up Your Life 💥

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The Oscar-nominated actor posed in a translucent bubble chair and captioned the snap: “Spice Up Your Life”.

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Geri Halliwell, AKA Ginger Spice on stage at the Brit Awards, 24th February 1997. (Photo by Dave Benett/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Margot, who used to live in the UK, is a huge fan of British pop culture.

As well as being a Spice Girls fan, the Bombshell star has made no secret of her love for Love Island.

Back in January, Margot was seen barely able to control her excitement at meeting the cast of Love Island on the red carpet of the Birds Of Prey premiere in London.

After spotting former Love Islanders Michael Griffiths, Jordan Hames and Lucie Donlan she posed for selfies and group paparazzi shots. 

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Margot Robbie and the Love Islanders

Margot first revealed she was a massive Love Island fan in 2018, admitting she was stunned that the contestants knew who she was, after they compared her to Megan Barton Hanson.

“The other night we were watching and I think it was Alex [George] who said that, and we all lost it! We were like, ’oh my God they know who I am on Love Island,” she said at the time.

“We’d just finished drinking beer and eating crisps. We were saying ‘we’re so disgusting we could never be on Love Island we’re such fatties, they would never let us on’.”