February 18, 2024


Margot Robbie dazzles in black at pre-BAFTA party

Margot Robbie and her husband attended three Bafta nominee’s events in a row on Saturday

By Javeria Shahid February 18, 2024
Barbie star Margot Robbie is up for a win in leading actress category at 2024 BAFTA
'Barbie' star Margot Robbie is up for a win in leading actress category at 2024 BAFTA 

Margot Robbie stepped out with her husband, Tom Ackerley ahead of the BAFTA's glamorous night set to kick off on Sunday, January 18.

The Barbie star turned heads on Saturday evening at the annual Charles Finch X Chanel pre-BAFTA party held at five Hertford Street.

The Chanel ambassador, who has netted a nomination in the leading actress category at this year’s awards, put on a leggy display by donning a sequined black mini dress.

She paired the strapless outfit with a matching small purse and added a few inches to her frame with open-toed heels. In one photo, she was seen donning a shiny jet-black jacket over a v-neckline dress.

The blonde beauty parted her hair tresses in half, allowing soft waves to cascade over her shoulders, framing her face, which was adorned with red lipstick.

In neck-to-neck competition with Carey Mulligan, Emma Stone, and Sandra Huller to bag the coveted accolade, the actress was the talk of the night due to her iconic performance in Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster production film Barbie.

At the pre-BAFTA party, she basked in the praises garnered from the attendees, including Black Mirror star Clara Rugaard, The Invisible Man leading face Oliver Jackson-Cohen, and one and only Savannah Leaf, who is running for outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer category because of her role in Earth Mama.

The recent event marked the third and final engagement of the day as the Suicide Squad alum and her husband party-hopped throughout the evening.

First, she went to a star-studded Oscars bash at the swanky Dorchester Hotel before rushing to a Bulgari reception on February 17, held at The National Gallery in London, England, to honour the BAFTA nominees.