“I have known Prince Harry for a while and he is a really great guy,” Robbie responded. “I know as much as anybody what a big decision it is to move halfway across the world.”
That’s when the actor extended a personal invite. “It isn’t something taken lightly. If they are going to spend more time in L.A., we would love to have dinner with them,” she said. A double date with Robbie’s husband Thomas Ackerly and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex? How do I score an invite (and who would I bring with me)?!
“I still miss London a lot but I had my reasons for moving and they have their reasons for the decision,” Robbie continued. Reasons, indeed.
If you forget how Robbie and Prince Harry became friends in the first place, allow me to take you back to a party for Suki Waterhouse in January 2016. According to the actor, she didn’t realize she was hanging with an actual Prince for a good half-hour, mistaking him for another beloved British ginger, Ed Sheeran. “He was really offended,” she told Jimmy Fallon. “He was like, ‘Shut up!'” The rest, as they say, is history.
Honestly, I would not be shocked if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle take Margot Robbie up on her offer. A source recently told The Sun that Harry “misses his friends” from back in the U.K. This sounds like the perfect opportunity to rekindle at least one relationship.
Sounds like some reunions will be more fun than others, TBH.