Margot Robbie has been friendzoning Prince Harry by text for months

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Prince Harry turns 32 years old next month. We’ve had a while now to assess his “type,” the kind of woman he typically goes for. For official girlfriends, they have to be blonde and they should have great figures. He seems to prefer athletic/curvy rather than model-skinny. I don’t think height is a factor, but he tends not to go for women who are really short or really tall. Personality-wise, he likes “fun” girls, ladies who know how to party, women who know their own mind and have independent streaks. He’s not looking for a limpet. He’s looking for a sassy blonde with a great ass. So is it any surprise that Harry has not only met Margot Robbie – a sassy blonde with a great figure – but he’s also exchanged numbers with her? Is it any surprise that they text? It doesn’t surprise me that Harry got her number, despite the fact that she’s madly in love with a boyfriend of a few years (Tom Ackerley). It does surprise me that Margot and Harry text. Hm…

We’re envious of Margot Robbie for so many reasons: her talent, her wit, her beauty…and now the fact that she has Prince Harry’s phone number. Yes, the 26-year-old actress sat down with to E! News’ Marc Malkin at the premiere of Suicide Squad and casually revealed that she exchanges text messages every so often with the royal hunk!

“Well, he’s friends with Cara [Delevingne],” Robbie explained about the model who is also her Suicide Squad co-star. “They’ve know each other for years, and we met through friends.”

Despite how awesome we think it is that she can just text Prince Harry whenever she wants, Robbie brushes it off. Her family doesn’t even know! “Yeah, it’s really odd,” she continued, admitting, “I didn’t tell my family. When I go to see my family my mom’s telling me about Murphy, our dog, and mundane things like that!”

Of course, only one question remains: Is he a good texter?

“He’s pretty quick on text actually,” Margot told Extra. “Unlike me—I write back four days later, weeks later sometimes.”

[From E! News]

LOL, does anyone else think that Margot is basically saying that she’s been friendzoning the Ginger Prince for months and maybe he hasn’t gotten the hint? She texts him a joke, he jumps right on it and texts back within a minute (after agonizing about his wording because he’s crushing so hard) and then Margot doesn’t reply for weeks? Aw, now I’m sad for Harry. He really is the Bridget Jones of the royal family! Margot really is his type too – too bad she’s got that boyfriend. But even if she didn’t, I doubt the Queen would approve of a sassy Australian actress girlfriend. Dear Harry: I’ll gladly text with you all day long. And if it turns to sexting, so be it. PLS SEND PICS.

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  1. jeanpierre says:

    Finally some common sense.
    I can’t understand that Harry hype. He is facially challenged and he seems decent mostly thanks to his godawful family because he behaves like a spoiled fratboy most of the time.

    • Alix says:

      Facially challenged???! Not from what I can see! Ans his spoiled-fratboy days ended some time ago. Harry’s a doll.

      • imqrious2 says:

        Eh, I think he’s adorable. It’s definitely a combo of the smile/laugh and eye twinkle. Has he done/said some things that are cringe-worthy when he was younger? Of course, but then, who amongst us hasn’t? I sure as hell wouldn’t want to grow up in this era of the internet, where every brain fart is recorded for all time *shudder*.

        Now, I’ll just take my shawl and sashay my walker (with the streamers and horn on it, HONKING FOR HARRY) over to the sofa 😊

      • qwerty says:

        Agreed. He speaks on women’s issues too and actually sounds like a legit feminist, not Beyonce-feminist. Whether he has a good speech writer or these are his own beliefs, I love him for it.

      • jeanpierre says:

        Yes, because a white man, and moreso a royal one, is totally better at all things feminism than a black woman who made a decades-long career in a savage industry, consistently hiring women in her business.
        I think you are missing the whole point of feminism, dear qwerty.

    • Locke Lamora says:

      Exactly! Facially challenged is the perfect word for him. Some say he has charisma but I don’t see it. The ginger hair is hia only plus.
      And he seems decent just because his brother is incredibly lazy.

      • Original T.C. says:

        For me it’s his joyful personality, his smile and yes his face is also appealing. In terms of charity work you don’t only have to compare him to his lazy brother to see how much he does. He goes around the world in his grandmother’s name and focuses especially on work with children. One only has to see a few pics of those big genuine smiles from the kiddos to see how much joy they get from spending time with Harry. Kids aren’t good at faking.

        That’s not even including the wounded warriors project he started from the beginning and saw grow into now an international event. To me his charity work is significant.

    • Nina says:

      i totally agree. some women really need more self esteem if they think such a man is attractive. not to speak about how he talks about minorities.

    • LAK says:

      No one thinks he is a looker. It’s the charm and twinkle in his eye. That works wonders for him. Plus that voice. Charles is the same. Very charming and a voice to die for. Neither would make the line up in a looks contest.

      • Locke Lamora says:

        Really? They bith have that uber posh accent that’s quite annoying. And the twinkle in his eye reads more like secret douche to me, but well, different strokes for different folks.

      • LAK says:

        If you can’t get past accents then you will find the world a difficult place because you’ll always pre-judge people based on accent and thus limit your world accordingly.

        Prejudice is a not a good way to look at the world.

      • Locke Lamora says:

        That’s pretty much the only accent I find annoying. And not the normal posh accent ala Cumberbatch. This weird accent I’ve only heard from Will, Charles and Harry. And poor Kate when she tryis to mimic it.

      • LAK says:

        William and Harry have a pretty broad everyman posh Londoner accent.

        Charles has a more strangulated accent courtesy of his grannie.

        Kate is aiming for a more strangulated than Charles’s accent, not heard since the 30s. Very Edwardian. The Queen doesn’t speak like that anymore.

        In terms of voices, Charles and Harry have husky baritones though Charles is huskier than Harry.

        Kate simulateneously has a high pitch and a soft voice. The combination of the high pitch and Edwardian accent makes her sound like a throwback from that era.

        William has a standard pitch to his voice.

      • Chicken says:

        I think Harry’s a looker. I find him handsome. Eye of the beholder and all.

    • mom2two says:

      I don’t get the Harry hype either. His charm and looks is totally lost on me.

    • abby says:

      Well thankfully it’s not all about looks. Harry has charisma and does a lot of good in the world. His frat boy days have been over for a while.

      • jeanpierre says:

        Nah. He just does some charity photo-ops which is just the minimum for a BRF parasite. It just seems great because his brother is awful, that’s it.

      • abby says:

        Oh yes I forgot, co-founding his own charity at the age of 19 was just to have some photo-ops in the future. Or helping wounded soldiers privately and publically is just to look good. Thanks for the reminder.

    • Egla says:

      Yep people tend to forget that he was brought up the same way as Willy. He may not be the Heir but sure as hell he hasn’t missed a thing in getting spoiled rotten. He may be good hearted, sweet, harder working than his bother BUT he is royal. He IS privileged and there’s nothing he can do about it. He is part of the 1% for life. That’s mostly his appeal.

  2. Georgia says:

    Allright, fine, I’ll take this burden off her shoulders and text Harry in her stead.
    HONKS FOR HARRY!

  3. als says:

    What she is saying is fun and cool but it’s also a little tacky and opportunistic in a very, very, very transparent and in your face way. (try a little subtlety, Margot!)

    So Cara has been friends with Harry for years and yet no word gets out about their friendship and here is Margot Robbie that has no problem chit chatting about a friend of a friend that likes her, that she doesn’t like back but it’s so convenient to talk about during a film promo.

    • Nina says:

      good point. she is certainly milking it.

    • ell says:

      margot chats a lot, she’s just one of those people who are always sharing these sort of things. i don’t think she meant anything bad by it.

    • Lucy says:

      Oh, come on. He’ll be fine.

    • abby says:

      I don’t think he likes her or is sitting around waiting for her texts.. She and Cara prank texted him during a different interview and he replied. That’s why she was asked about it now.

  4. AlleyCat says:

    I find this really weird that she would say this publicly. Kind of like a humble brag. Of course she knows the media is going to going to pick up on this. Im gonna have to say I don’t see him crushing on her, but who really knows.

    • Esmom says:

      Major humble brag, I thought. I also could imagine him crushing on her, and her enjoying that.

    • Adele Dazeem says:

      I know very little of her but she seems to be quite strong in her humble brag game as of late.

    • mee says:

      it’s humble braggy. is she witty at all? i don’t find her very interesting at all, or even that attractive. (i mean of course, she’s beautiful in that conventional blond starlet way but she doesn’t seem charming or intelligent).

  5. Squiggisbig says:

    I think they’d be super cute together.

    However, I feel like whenever she has a film to promote some story about her behaving all nonchalantly towards some famous dude comes out. I guess she could only talk about Leo Dicaprio so many times.

  6. Lucy says:

    As much as I may or may not ship Margot and Harry right now, he needs to let it go. And I don’t understand why people point out that she’s always telling some story? She’s not saying anything bitchy nor offensive, and just about every actor does that. In fact, I find it to be rather tongue in cheek.

  7. The Gift says:

    If there’s ever a Becky, it’s Margot Robbie. It still kills me that she keeps getting these roles cos she was naked in Wolf Of Wall Street. Meanwhile Lupita keeps struggling while Margot is basically being pursued by producers.
    But you know she’s marketable; blonde hair, blue eyes,
    tall and an average actor at best. Keep it up Hollywood

    • Cee says:

      Lupita struggles because she is black. This is how nice Hollywood is.

      I still believe she will be huge one day and I try to support her work in any way I can (hers, and other POC)

    • LannisterForever says:

      Margot is a really good actress. I saw Suicide Squad yesterday and she was the highlight.

      Lupita is talented too and there’s no need to compare them…

      • KHLBHL says:

        I don’t know; I’m sure she stood out among the majority of the cast (and full disclosure I haven’t seen it yet), but I’d still say there’s a difference between acting in a comic book movie and a different type of film. I’m not dissing comic book movies! I love them. I just think audiences may have a different set of lens through which we view these types of movies. In CBMs, acting is not the central focus. It’s the flashy effects and loud noises and explosions and fight scenes. There are less moments for the acting to shine through; thus directors might be lenient and actors might get complacent. So I’d hold Margot to a different standard in “Suicide Squad” vs. any other drama. For example, I watched “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.” It’s not a good movie. But Margot is playing essentially a version of herself – fun, sassy blonde. “About Time” – fun, sassy blonde. “Z for Zachariah” – whoa, at least she’s not blonde. So I don’t think she’s horrible and definitely wonderfully thankfully not a product of Hollywood nepotism, but she’s not….she’s not great. I’d say she’s not even as good as J-Law.

    • KHLBHL says:

      AGREED. She’s not a great actor. I heard she was in some NBC show “Pan Am” or something and apparently she was terrible in that. I do think the majority of men who think she is talented are betrayed by their….well, they’re not exactly thinking straight. Their view of her is obviously distorted and enhanced by her sex appeal. Lucky her.

      I wouldn’t say Lupita is ‘struggling’. She’s got an Oscar at least, something many POC actors don’t have. I’m sure in a way she’s being choosy with her roles, but I do believe the overall selection of roles she’s being given is much more limited. Lupita also has the “added problem” (only in Hollywood!) of being older. She’s 33; her Hollywood clock is already ticking, sadly. Margot is 26. That’s light years in difference according to Hollywood execs.

    • Ji-yun says:

      Margot Robbie is considered tall? Isn’t she like 5 ft 6? I’m surprised. Tall, to me, is anyone over 5 ft 8 or 9.

  8. Kirsten says:

    I find him to be quite handsome, actually. So the “facially challenged” analysis doesn’t align with me. To each his own. I find a lot of men attractive who aren’t conventionally hot.

    • Esmom says:

      Agreed. Also I’m not easily offended but I think “facially challenged” is just a really rude/mean phrase. Unlike behavior or demeanor it’s not like anyone can control their looks. I think just saying you don’t find someone attractive is a nicer way to put it.

  9. Brea says:

    I want her dress in this picture!

  10. The Original Mia says:

    I don’t think he’s trying to get with her. I think he considered her a friend like Cara, but now that she’s revealed their friendship in a magazine, I doubt he’ll be texting her much. I’m pretty sure he also texts MObama. We know she isn’t creeping behind BObama’s back.

  11. abby says:

    So because she prank texted him with Cara Delevigne during an interview and he was nice enough to reply, he’s the one being friendzoned? Okay…

  12. esthetix says:

    I think it’s refreshing he’s the type to text back right away. He seems confident… like he doesn’t play games.

    • Original T.C. says:

      +1

      It bugs me when people wait days to text you back. Playing power games! Good on Harry

  13. V.B says:

    But will he keep texting her after this?

  14. Naddie says:

    At first I thought it was such a humblebrag and stupid thing to say to everyone. Nothing wrong with enjoying having prince Harry as a suitor, I’d be flattered as well, but exposing like that? But then I think it might be used in the wrong context so I’ll give her some credit.

  15. Reece says:

    She should ignore the camera and watch out for the name she dropped.
    I doubt he’s pining away for her. But I’d bet money I don’t have he wouldn’t say no if the opportunity arose (pun intended).

  16. India Andrews says:

    Ditch Margo, Harry. She is playing games.