Margot Robbie Is Unrecognizable as Queen Elizabeth I on Set of 'Mary Queen of Scots'


Margot Robbie Is Unrecognizable as Queen Elizabeth I on Set of 'Mary Queen of Scots'


The 'Suicide Squad' actress rocks curly red hair on top of her balding head as she transforms into the former Queen of England.
Margot Robbie underwent a drastic makeover for her role in upcoming movie "Mary Queen of Scots". The Australian beauty looked unrecognizable as she ditched her blonde hair and rocked curly red hair on top of her balding head to portray Queen Elizabeth I.

Spotted on the set in London, Robbie also revealed pockmarked skin which replaced her usually flawless complexion. It appears that the "Suicide Squad" star had her nose tinkered with to make her look more like the former Queen of England. She wore a black tudor outfit while walking around the set.

Robbie joins a long list of actresses who have portrayed the famous monarch. Judi Dench, Bette Davis, Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett and Miranda Richardson have all portrayed the daughter of Henry VIII in previous works.

"Mary Queen of Scots" will chart the life of the titular queen, who reigned over Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567. Crowned the queen of Scotland before she was a year old, Mary added to that pedigree when her first husband became France's king and she became queen consort in 1559. Despite that auspicious start, things didn't go well from there. She later married her first cousin, a bad match that ended with his murder.

When she quickly married the man suspected of orchestrating the killing, an uprising against the couple resulted in her imprisoned in Loch Leven Castle. Forced to abdicate her throne to her one-year-old son, she failed in an attempt to wrest back the throne and fled for the protection of her cousin, England's Queen Elizabeth 1.

Saoirse Ronan is tapped to portray Mary I. Her first official picture as the Queen of Scots was recently released by Focus Features and Universal. Joe Alwyn, Guy Pearce, David Tennant and more join the cast of the historical drama, which is directed by Josie Rourke.




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