Margot Robbie Shows Solidarity with Writers Guild in “Double Strike”

Margot Robbie proved she can make even the most casual look runway-ready as she took to the streets during Wednesday’s SAG-AFTRA rally. The Barbie star, 33, was a vision in an oversized white tee, putting her own stylish spin on the protest uniform. With her signature blonde locks flowing freely and chic sunnies shielding her eyes, Margot commanded attention as she proudly held her poster high during the march from Netflix to Paramount Studios.

The Australian beauty was joined by fellow Aussie actress and friend Samara Weaving, who sported a similarly laidback look of green shorts and a white cap. But all eyes were on Margot as she led the pack of protestors through West Hollywood in her effortlessly cool white kicks.

Margot and her fellow actors are currently united with the Writers Guild in the first “double strike” the entertainment industry has seen in over 60 years. The united front is aiming to get more equitable pay and protect workers from being replaced by AI, among other important issues.

While the strike may have halted production on Margot’s highly-anticipated projects, including the Barbie film, the fashionista actress remains committed to the cause. Her street-style inspired protest outfit proves Margot can turn any occasion into a runway, using her influence to drive change in the industry. Her poster may have carried a serious message, but her easy, model-off-duty vibe brought playful polish to the march. Leave it to Margot to bring both substance and style to the streets!

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