Margot Robbie looks effortless as she settles down in Sydney ahead of the Babylon premiere

Margot Robbie looked effortlessly cool in a white singlet top and jeans when she landed in Sydney for the Babylon movie premiere on Sunday.

The Australian, 32, looked sensational in the body-hugging top and relaxed denim as she was taken to a waiting car.

The I, Tonya star accessorized her look with sunglasses, a pendant necklace, hoop earrings and a white Prada handbag slung over her shoulder — but opted not to wear her engagement ring from husband Tom Ackerley.

Margot Robbie, 32, looked effortlessly cool in a white singlet top and jeans as she landed in Sydney on Sunday ahead of the Babylon movie premiere

Margot Robbie, 32, looked effortlessly cool in a white singlet top and jeans as she landed in Sydney on Sunday ahead of the Babylon movie premiere

Margot also wore an unusual pair of blue Bottega Veneta heels.

She opted for minimal make-up and wore her blonde locks down, making her fall over her shoulders.

Margot was flanked by a burly servant carrying her luggage.

The Australian looked sensational in the body-hugging top and relaxed denim as she was taken to a waiting car

The I, Tonya star accessorized her look with sunglasses, a pendant necklace, hoop earrings and a white Prada handbag slung over her shoulder

The I, Tonya star accessorized her look with sunglasses, a pendant necklace, hoop earrings and a white Prada handbag slung over her shoulder

She chose not to wear her engagement ring from husband Tom Ackerley

She chose not to wear her engagement ring from husband Tom Ackerley

Margot and Diego Calva walk the red carpet for the film’s Sydney premiere, which takes place at the State Theater on January 16.

Margot discussed her “wild ride” filming Babylon during her appearance on The Graham Norton Show on Friday.

The actress admitted she was “afraid of messing up the epic opening party scene,” which took two massive weeks to film.

She opted for minimal make-up and wore her blonde locks down, making her fall over her shoulders

She opted for minimal make-up and wore her blonde locks down, making her fall over her shoulders

Margot also wore an unusual pair of blue Bottega Veneta heels

Margot also wore an unusual pair of blue Bottega Veneta heels

Speaking of the Hollywood drama, Margot explained, “It’s been a wild ride. There were great set pieces, including a party scene that took two weeks to film.

“Every part of it was insane and the stress levels were terrifying because there was so much going on and I didn’t want to be the one to mess it up.”

Set in 1920s Hollywood, Babylon revolves around the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers, including the characters played by protagonists Brad Pitt and Margot.

Margot is Nellie LaRoy overnight who makes her way through the industry by destroying herself through drugs, partying and sexual encounters.

Margot and Diego Calva walk the red carpet for the film's premiere in Sydney, which takes place at the State Theater on January 16

Margot and Diego Calva walk the red carpet for the film’s premiere in Sydney, which takes place at the State Theater on January 16

Written and directed by Damien Chazelle, the film features character Manny Torres (Diego Calva) who enters the high-profile world and falls in love with Nellie.

Margot recently revealed that she went off screen to hug co-star Brad in an impromptu scene, joking to E! News: “How else will I get a chance to kiss him?”

She explained the kiss, sharing, “That wasn’t in the script, but I thought, ‘When else will I get a chance to kiss Brad Pitt?’ I just go for it’ It was great!’

Babylon, written and directed by Damien Chazelle, features character Manny Torres (Diego Calva) who enters the high-profile world and falls in love with Nellie.

Babylon, written and directed by Damien Chazelle, features character Manny Torres (Diego Calva) who enters the high-profile world and falls in love with Nellie.

The blonde beauty also shared a hug with co-star Katherine, but added that she wasn’t sure if it made the cut.

The long-awaited raunchy film crossed boundaries, even worrying the cast about the amount of nudity — and whether it was allowed to be shown.

From the film as a whole Margot known.

“When I read the script, I thought, ‘This is like La Dolce Vita and Wolf of Wall Street had a baby – and I love it!'”

“But I was like ‘can we show that?”

From the film as a whole Margot known.

From the film as a whole Margot known. “When I read the script, I thought, ‘This is like La Dolce Vita and Wolf of Wall Street had a baby – and I love it!'”

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