Margot Robbie looks completely different in throwback snap exposed by Graham Norton

Graham Norton welcomed another bunch of famous faces onto his red sofa this evening to chat about their latest projects and hilarious stories.

Margot Robbie, Jim Carrey, Daniel Kaluuya, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Lewis Capaldi all appeared on the latest installment of The Graham Norton Show this evening.

Speaking to Margot, who appeared on the show to chat about her new movie Birds of Prey, Graham said: “We assume superhero films appeal to nerdy boys but we forgot there are nerdy girls out there.”

Margot replied: “When it goes to Harry Potter I am a massive, massive nerd.”

Margot Robbie appeared on The Graham Norton Show this evening to chat about her new movie Birds of Prey

Host Graham, 56, later went on to reveal a throwback snap of the Hollywood A-lister in her teens.

Sporting brunette locks and glasses, Margot looked completely different in the photograph holding a cup of tea and a Harry Potter novel.

Margot, 26, went on to point out: “Do you know whats particular pathetic about this picture?

“Number one that’s how I chose to spend my birthday, number two that’s tea in the cup and number three I didn’t even need glasses.

The Hollywood A-lister admitted that she’s a massive Harry Potter fan

“I lied to option because I wanted to have glasses like Harry Potter.”

The studio audience erupted into laughter at Margot’s confession.

Guest Daniel went on to add that he didn’t get to read the final book of the J.K Rowling series leaving Margot gobsmacked.

The actress joked: “I’m not going to be able to sleep tonight.

Graham couldn’t help by expose a snap of Margot in her teens reading a Harry Potter novel

“My husband is in the Harry Potter movies. He was an extra in one of the films.”

Margot is married to British assistant director Tom Ackerley.

Margot went on to confess that she loves playing the role of Harley Quinn and praised her latest project as a tribute to “girl power”.

The Graham Norton Show airs on BBC One on Friday at 10.35pm


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