Neighbours star Margot Robbie has revealed that she wants to see screen mother Tottie Goldsmith back in Erinsborough.
The actress’s character Donna Freedman was devastated last year when scheming mum Cassandra descended on Ramsay Street for a short-lived stint. Cass’s time with her daughter only served to worsen their relationship and she ended up leaving the street in disgrace.
However, Robbie told TV Soap that they got on much better in real life, explaining: “I would love Tottie to come back. We just had a ball when she was on set. It was just the most fun.
“We would giggle, and once we started we just couldn’t stop. It was ridiculous. So any excuse to get Cass back on the show, I would fully get behind that.”
Robbie also commented on Donna’s turbulent romance with Ringo Brown (Sam Clark), which recently ended after she grew close to new arrival Andrew Robinson (Jordan Smith).
Speaking of the pair’s future, she explained: “I think at the moment it’s quite in the balance. It’s right up to the network at the moment as to whether they’ll get back together or not.”
Margot has just become an ambassador for “In my shoes” Warwick Foundation, which supports youth who deal with cancer in Australia. She also makes a statement on the site:
In July I’ll be moving into my twenties. As a young adult, it’s hard to ignore the fact that the 18-40 year old age bracket is often over-looked and under-funded as far as cancer aid goes. Once I heard the alarming statistics for cancer victims in my demographic I was determined to help raise awareness and The Warwick Foundation presented me with this opportunity. I’m so privileged to be on board and can’t wait to support this wonderful cause!
Actor & Ambassador – The Warwick Foundation
Here is the website link to learn more of this cause: http://thewarwickfoundation.org.au/
Credit to: Jade McKenzie, General Manager of the Warwick Foundation for emailing us this info!