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Margot Robbie Delights on Vanity Fair’s ‘Natural’ August Cover (Forum Buzz)

Margot Robbie is having her moment and we are loving each and every second, from starring in Calvin Klein’s captivating new fragrance campaign to walking the red carpet at the premiere of her new movie The Legend of Tarzan. Now, as reported on our forums last week, the Aussie stunner stars on Vanity Fair’s August 2016 cover. Photographed on the island of St. Barth’s and captured by Patrick Demarchelier, Margot’s natural beauty shines bright while wearing a white bikini — earning the seal of approval from our forum members.   

Vanity Fair August 2016 : Margot Robbie by Patrick Demarchelier

IMAGE: VANITYFAIR.COM

“She’s on fire! I love this, even though she’s in a bikini I don’t find this tacky. Can’t wait to see the ed,” said kokobombon straight away, about to set the tone for comments to come.

“Nice to see something simple, no contortionist pin-up poses or heavy styling,” admitted a pleasantly surprised tigerrouge shortly after.

In agreement was Piet Retief, voicing, “Margot looks really great in this shot. I love how natural it is.”

Also quick to applaud Vanity Fair was Bertrando3: “WOWWWW this is beautiful! The photography (of course by Demarchelier) is beyond gorgeous. The pose, the styling, hair and makeup: well done.”

KissMiss shared the same enthusiasm, echoing, “Funny that it took VF to bring us the cover we all wanted from her! Yes, it looks a bit Sports Illustrated but I don’t mind. She looks fantastic! I did like her U.S. Vogue cover too but this is just something!”

“She always makes great covers!” declared an unsurprised liberty33r1b.

“She looks amazing! I love that they (seemingly) didn’t retouch her body, save for that arm which has definitely been slimmed. Her skin is simply fantastic,” wrote dodencebt.

Benn98 replied, saying, “I’m also surprised by the seemingly little retouching, especially having seen the candids. Margot is on fire, this really is her summer!”

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