Margot Robbie has recently shared that she was able to party with Prince Harry but she initially had no idea it was him since she confused the royal prince with a famous British singer.
The “Suicide Squad” star mistook the royal prince for Ed Sheeran when she partied with Prince Harry during a Christmas bash, The Sun reported. Robbie recounted meeting Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s uncle at Suki Waterhouse’s Christmas party in London but thought he was the British singer and songwriter.
The Hollywood actress recalled that she “had a drink or drinks” during the said Christmas bash and revealed that she “didn’t even know” that she already met Prince Harry. “I thought I was hanging out with Ed Sheeran. I was thinking ‘Ed’s a really cool guy’. I’m going to take some pictures with him,” Robbie stated.
She also shared posing for goofy shots in a photo booth at the party with Prince Harry, as well as her friends Sienna Miller and Cara Delevingne. At that time, she still thought the royal prince to be Sheeran. Robbie also appears to have revealed her royal mix-up with Prince William’s brother, as indicated in the same report. When asked whether Prince Harry reacted to the situation well, the actress laughingly responded, “Nope.” However, she did not further expound on the royal prince’s reaction.
Robbie also commented on how her friends are now expecting to meet Prince Harry when they party with the actress in London. “Everyone now thinks if they come on a night out with me in London they’ll bump into Prince Harry,” she said.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry recently displayed his dancing prowess during the Patron’s Lunch held Sunday, June 12. In a short clip uploaded by Kensington Palace on its official Twitter account, the royal prince can be seen busting out some Conga moves while talking with a few of the guests present at the said event.
Kensington Palace also captioned the video, “Great atmosphere @thepatronslunch! Prince Harry is in the mood for dancing #Conga #Queenat90.”
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 12, 2016