Margot Robbie’s wedding menu involved pizza, BBQ & Coco Rice Krispies

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As we learned earlier this week, Margot Robbie slipped away to Australia (her home country) and quietly married her long-time boyfriend Tom Ackerley. In the first reports of the wedding, it sounded super-low-key, and I thought they had gotten away with just a simple beach wedding with only a handful of friends and family. As the reporting on the wedding grew, I realized that Tom and Margot actually did plan a real wedding, with bachelor parties and a van full of friends and a wedding dress and everything. Here’s a shot of Margot in her wedding gown:

Off-the-shoulder boho vibes, loose hair, simple. Just what I’d expect from her, honestly. Apparently, she had a 16-person-strong bridal party though… and they were all barefoot. Which brings me to my favorite details of any and every wedding story: the food. What kind of food did Margot Robbie have for her boho-chic wedding in Oz? Pizza and cereal.

Actress Margot Robbie married British director Tom Ackerley in a secret wedding Sunday. And in lieu of traditional wedding foods — tiny crackers and, uhhhhh, bad chicken — they opted for something a little more laid-back: pizza and cereal.

Per what a source told The Northern Star: “Pizza and BBQ was the theme of the low-key affair, with Robbie’s favourite menu item, Coco Pops [Ed. Note: Coco Krispies], as the main wedding dessert. Coco Pops were placed nearby the dance floor with bowls, milk and cream also on offer for those who, like Robbie, love the traditional breakfast cereal.”

[From NY Mag]

Pizza? Okay. Barbeque? Sure. I’m down with that. But to only have Coco Rice Krispies as the dessert???? Nope. There’s not even any mention of a cake!! What the hell, Margot??

Oh, and she posted this to her Instagram. I’m enjoying the simplicity of her ring.

A photo posted by @margotrobbie on

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet, PCN, Instagram & WENN.

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  1. lightpurple says:

    Coco Krispies! Hallelujah! But where are the Cheeze-its? There have to be Cheeze-its as a savory counter to the Coco Krispies!

    Kiddo? Mimif? Where are you? Coco Krispies!

    • I Choose Me says:

      I miss Kiddo, Mimif and GNAT. :(

      • antipodean says:

        Can I just chime in, and say that I miss our old pals too. They just seemed to suddenly disappear. I wish they would come back, their incisive comments are much needed in these troubled trumpentimes.

      • Original Kay says:

        I thought they just changed names. I’ve been trying to figure out who they are. 😔

    • susiecue says:

      I honestly love it. But I’m very into the trending theme of doing whatever the EFF you want at your own wedding

    • Ange says:

      Cheeze-its aren’t a thing in Aus, probably why she didn’t have them. I tried them in America and they are bloody tasty though!

  2. Kristen says:

    The ring is gorgeous.

  3. Detritus says:

    She’s what Jlaw wants to be.
    But listen, Rice Krispies for dessert is not cool, even if they are cocoa ones. Maybe if they were made into a marshmallow bar, but with milk? No.

  4. ell says:

    i don’t understand why people keep calling this wedding private, we basically know everything and even have pics, it doesn’t look that private.

    • QueenB says:

      yeah for all the fingers at the press from her camp its all over the news with every little detail.

    • Lucy says:

      I feel like she doesn’t really care about either hiding it or showing it off, which is nice. She only shared the ring picture and that’s it.

    • Alessio says:

      aside from her instagram pic of the ring, the wedding pics that came out so far seem from paparazzi, so i doubt she approved (if she wanted the magazine spread it wouldnt be stolen pics, essentially)

      • ell says:

        and what about all the details e.g. food, how many people were there etc. are her friends leaking it? i have no dog in this race, as in i sort of like her. but lol this isn’t private like at all. we’ve seen actual private weddings for celebs, and we hardly know a thing if anything.

      • Alessio says:

        idk, to me it only matters seeing pictures of the event, sharing what food they had is hardly showing off especially given the food they served lol

    • Alleycat says:

      Right? Everything has “leaked”, so how could it possible be private? I’m not a big fan of hers though so I could be biased. I just feel like she tries really hard to be the “cool girl”. I do appreciate the menu though.

      • rocio says:

        She’s kind of Cool Girl incarnate, I think, like Jaw was a couple of years ago. I don’t mind her (she’s generic, inoffensive, good but not great actress, difficult to dislike, etc.) but she has the same thing that Olivia Wilde has in my opinion: when she’s not onscreen in a movie she’s in you kind of forget she’s in the cast. I also get her mixed up so often with so many other actresses that they seem to merge into one. *shrugs*

      • Locke Lamora says:

        She is the “cool girl”, a 100%. I also don’t get why she gets painted as this breath of fresh air, when in reality she fits to the ususal Hollywood leading lady type to a t, blonde hair, blue eyes and all.
        And I don’t like her all that much, I don’t know why. Same with JLaw, I disliked her way before everyone jumped on the hate train. There is just something “off”.

      • Adele Dazeem says:

        Agree 100 percent. Trying way too hard to be J Law and it’s not working for either.

      • TheOtherSam says:

        Nothing was really leaked to the media, they basically stalked her friends and family member’s Instagram pages and gleaned details from those feeds. The Aussie press, even the mainstream outlets, were earlier reporting “alleged” details taken from these posts as fact. They pieced together the first reports of the wedding from this.

        Eventually this distant pap shot of Margot showed up and she of course posted her own confirmatory Instagram shot of her ring finger. But I don’t think she or her reps have actually officially confirmed anything. Most of the details are from various social media accounts and ‘witnesses’.

  5. Shijel says:

    I, on the other hand, hate cake. Any cake. I dread the time when it’s the time to break out the cake. But then I dislike most desserts, so I’d happily scarf down a small bowl of cereal instead and go back to heavy drinking, instead of having to feel guilty about not wanting to touch a cake/dessert.

    I will throw a toddler’s tantrum over cakes and desserts. Down with them, DOWN!

  6. grabbyhands says:

    Now that is a wedding menu I could get behind including the Cocoa Krispies! Of course, I am a cereal enthusiast, so there’s almost no time when I will not eat it joyfully. Man, now I really want some.

    • Shijel says:

      Same. I can’t do milk due to lactose tolerance, but drown that cereal in some unflavoured almond milk and I’d be thrilled.

      Man, I wish I had some cereal in the house now, but I can never get any because they’re all gone by evening, the only evidence of them ever existing being my guilt and avoidance of the scale.

  7. Lucy says:

    The ring picture is wonderful. Congrats Margot and Tom!!

  8. JulP says:

    Yeaaaah, when I’m at a wedding I definitely need a cake of some sort. But I guess as long as she had an open bar …

    OT, but I just saw Suicide Squad yesterday and I hated her Harley Quinn. I love her as an actress but the accent just killed it (and it was distracting, because at the beginning of the film she had no accent, then by the end she had an OTT Brooklyn accent or something like that). That film was just horrendous overall though. It’s sad because it had the potential to be great, had they gone the Deadpool route and made it a hard R film with lots of OTT violence and humor. And they should have just axed the entire Enchantress plot line, it was just stupid. (I should note that I don’t follow the comics at all).

    • Sunnydaze says:

      I’m so with you, also saw it over the weekend…my husband said the accent was a tribute to the original character (I’m totally unfamiliar), but regardless it was BAD. the whole movie was awful…the only character that had a cohesive plot was will smith’s character and I didn’t even realize he was in the film before seeing it! All the talk about jared leto…goan. the enchantress was so hoaky (oh cara….please stop acting), I had no clue what was up with viola davis’ character….maybe it’s because I fell asleep every few minutes.

    • NastyWoman` says:

      Whoever is trying to make Cara “fetch” happen, needs to stop.

    • Chewbacca says:

      I think a part of the problem was that she’s Australian, trying on a Brooklyn accent while starring along side a fellow Aussie who spoke with an Aussie accent. You could tell she was struggling to maintain.

  9. Lala says:

    I always liked her, but now want to be her best friend! I don’t like cake and cocoa krisipies are my fave cereal ever. Her wedding sounds laid back and awesome!

  10. SusanneToo says:

    I love Coco Krispies!! Sounds just fine as a dessert to me.

  11. Kylie says:

    She married a guy with a manbun. Gross.

  12. sura says:

    How are people still calling this low-key and private when every detail has leaked to the press?

  13. Sunnydaze says:

    I have to say I really like that her ring is “normal” and not OTT gaudy. Beautiful cut, but not a “look at me! Look at me!” Ring. Enough with these rings that have double digit carats.

  14. Nancy says:

    Not a bad choice, comfort food at a wedding, but BBQ could be a tad messy. We had pizza and wings last night which made me happy, no cooking, no cleaning up…..Coco Rice Krispies…no thank you.

  15. Bellagio says:

    Having done hundreds of weddings, I can attest to the fact that wedding cake is the most overrated food during that celebration. Most people shill out hundreds and thousands of dollars for a cake that is dry and bland in 99% of cases.The reason for it is that it takes time to build a wedding cake, and you have to use the cake base already while doing so. This takes days and sometimes weeks and most cakes cannot withstand that kind of time frame. What impresses most people is the sculptural icing , but the cake itself is hardly ever eaten. The only time I ever tasted a delicious wedding cake was at an Italian wedding. It was smaller than an usual wedding cake and one layer was chocolate banana, another rum espresso and third one was lemon flavored. I swear, it felt like it was just baked.
    The wedding trends lately have been avoiding cake altogether. Instead couples prefer cupcakes, macaroons towers or just passed small bites.
    Kudos to her for doing pizza and bbq, How many weddings have you ladies gone to where your options were chicken/beef/fish for the millionth time?!

    • Scarlet Vixen says:

      @Bellagio: I 100% agree. I HATE wedding cake, and don’t understand anyone who says they like it. I don’t hate all cake–I’m all about a nice piece of moist cake (especially chocolate). But I have never had a slice of wedding cake that wasn’t dry as dust and heavy-and flavorless- as a brick and/or covered in disgusting fondant.

      When hubs and I got married we had cheesecake as our ‘wedding cake’ and nearly 7yrs later people still rave about it.

    • Ange says:

      A friend made our wedding cake and it was simple chocolate mud with an easy white fondant icing made the afternoon before. She pre-made the toppers so it was all as fresh as could be because of the exact reasons you said above. Why even have cake if it’s been fussed into oblivion?!

  16. Locke Lamora says:

    This sound great and all, but it would never fly in a Croatian wedding. My grandma would renounce me.

  17. Felice. says:

    That ring photo reminds me of Kevin in the Office when Holly did that. “Hey *middle finger* right back at you, bitch”

    I love her though.

    • Cami says:

      Margo robbie doing the same thing as jennifer lawrence. You guys think margot cute and Jennifer Lawrence is annoying though.

      • Felice. says:

        Margot’s image isn’t built around it, though. She also doesn’t intentionally fall on the red carpet or get cheeto dust on costumes then laughing about it.

  18. samrai says:

    She is a bit contrived. She seems to always be proving how normal she is. I find that photo vulgar to be honest , I know she is not giving the middle finger but that is the illusion. Her humble bragging about prince Harry messaging her was annoying. She is pretty and talented but IMO contrived

  19. I Choose Me says:

    No feelings either way about her style of wedding. Her ring though is lovely. I covet.

  20. sage says:

    Quietly? ..lol. It will not be private once she has a movie to promote.

    I like her ring.

  21. Madailein says:

    Her ring photo is *not* of her middle finger, but of her traditional ring finger.

  22. serena says:

    I get that she was trying to show off the ring but was the implicit ‘f*k u’ really necessary? I don’t think people care that much that she got married after all.

  23. vbv says:

    Some will say how quaint and quirky!

    I think eating or serving Rice Krispies is just pure white trash and nothing more.

    • Lex says:

      No such thing called rice krispies exists in Australia so you’re shoving your American bias onto another country with a totally different culture

  24. Pen says:

    You don’t get married at Byron if you’re having a low key wedding. It’s Byron. She’s from the Goldie, so if she were going small, that’s where it would have been. Also, so weird seeing people call Coco Pops krispies!

  25. Bambilee23 says:

    Whoa! I thought that was Christina Applegate (with some work done).