It’s over… already! Margot Robbie’s ‘romance with local New Zealand lad Henry Aitken ends’ after actress finishes filming Z for Zachariah

Margot Robbie’s romance with a local New Zealand lad appears to be over before it really even got started.
The Wolf Of Wall Street star is said to have left the country, and Aitken behind, after wrapping her movie Z For Zachariah this month, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
The stunning Australian star and the son of a Banks Peninsula farmer were said to be enjoying a romance while working on the movie together earlier this year.

However, the the very brief dalliance is said to have finished.
Stars of the film, including Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine attended a wrap party for the movie, last weekend.
The bash somewhat ended in disaster when Pine was pulled over and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

New Zealand news website Stuff claimed that Robbie had been ‘swept off her feet’ by Aitken during filming.
The handsome brunette – who was said to be working in the art department of the film – works in the film industry locally.
He studied at the New Zealand Film and Television School, and his Facebook page says he is the art director for multimedia production company Sakowski Studios.
The pair were said to have formed a bond on set of the new movie – which stars Margot as a sixteen-year-old girl named Ann Burden who survives a nuclear war in a small American town.
Last month, a friend of Aitken’s, who did not wish to be named, told The Press that the pair had been seeing each other for a month.

They said: ‘She’s got quite a few roles lined up so she’s going to be really busy… but he is in the film industry too so maybe they can find a way to maintain their relationship.
Interestingly, Robbie recently told E! that she didn’t want to date another famous actor.
She said: ‘No, I don’t really wanna date an actor, so this probably isn’t the night I’m gonna find someone,’.


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