Margot Robbie still can't believe she mistook Prince Harry for Ed Sheeran

Margot Robbie still can't get over the fact that she spent a night partying with none other than royal bachelor Prince Harry and had no idea it was him. The Australian actress made headlines last year at a Christmas party hosted by Suki Waterhouse, at which she was photographed with the prince – and she has admitted that for the entire night she actually thought she was hanging with singer Ed Sheeran.

"I'd had a drink or drinks," Margot, 25, told The Sun. "I thought I was hanging out with Ed Sheeran. I was thinking 'Ed's a really cool guy. I'm going to take some pictures with him.'

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"Everyone now thinks if they come on a night out with me in London they'll bump into Prince Harry," she joked.

Margot and Harry were pictured together in a star-studded photobooth image posted on Instagram last December, which also featured host Suki, Princess Eugenie, Cara Delevingne, Poppy Jamie and Sienna Miller. The image, which has since been deleted, shows the group pulling funny faces, with Sienna wearing an elf hat, and Harry in a pair of novelty glasses.

Margot previously spoke about the party during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in March. "When I saw him in those glasses, I was like, 'Oh my god, I didn't know Ed Sheeran was at the party!' And he got really offended," she said.

prince harry Harry partied with Margot at a bash hosted by Suki Waterhouse last December

Margot is set to star in two highly-anticipated movie releases this year – The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad. It has also been revealed that she will play Tonya Harding in the upcoming film I, Tonya.

According to Vanity Fair, the actress has signed up to play the infamous figure skater – one of the most vilified figures in sports history following the attack on her competitor Nancy Kerrigan shortly before the 1994 Olympics.

I, Tonya will focus on Tonya's rise to fame – she was the first American women to ever complete a triple axel in competition – and the scandal that forced her out of figure skating just three years later.

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