Margot Robbie was a massive Harry Potter fan before discovering her husband was in it
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In perhaps what is the most incredible coincidence, Margot Robbie - a self-confessed Harry Potter fan - was completely unaware that her husband had actually appeared in several of the films until they had tied the knot.
Talk about meant to be, right?
The Australian actor, who is soon set to star in the highly anticipated Barbie movie, is married to film producer, Tom Ackerley, who she met on the set of war drama Suite Francaise back in 2013, where he worked behind the camera as an assistant director.
The pair, who are notoriously private when it comes to their relationship, tied the knot in 2016 and remain to be happily married - but it turns out Robbie didn't quite know everything about her husband when they said their 'I Dos'.
It turns out that both Robbie and Ackerley were tied up in the wizarding world of Harry Potter - but in very different ways.
Explaining further during an interview on The Graham Norton Show back in 2020, Robbie admitted that as a teenager, she was obsessed with the franchise - so much so, that she even 'lied to the optometrist' so that she could have glasses like Harry Potter, despite having perfect vision.
She went on to reveal that her husband had actually appeared in some of the Harry Potter films - a fact he didn't reveal to her until after they were married.
"My husband is in the Harry Potter movies", she revealed to host Norton.
"I know, I was like, 'Had you told me sooner we would've been married a lot sooner.'"
She continued: "But he was an extra when he was a little kid - he was one of the Slytherin extras when Draco pushes some kids out of the way to see Buckbeak in the third book.
"He pushes my husband out of the way."
Ackerley didn't just make a cameo in The Prisoner of Azkaban; he also played a Hogwarts student in both The Philosopher's Stone and The Chamber of Secrets.
Well, we're pretty sure both Robbie and Ackerley will be losing their minds over the recent news of a Harry Potter reboot.
More than a decade after the final Harry Potter film hit cinemas, it has been confirmed that a TV series is in the works - featuring an entirely new cast separate from the eight iconic movies, the plan is to have several seasons of the TV series, with each one focusing on one of the books in JK Rowling's series.