Margot Robbie has traded the big screen for a bartending session at a local Gold Coast bar in her native Australia.
Earlier this week the 32-year-old Barbie star mingled with customers as she skilfully poured shots of her new Papa Salt gin range.
‘You used to work at a bar, right,’ one local said in a video clip of her behind the bar. She confirmed she had, before adding that the bar she worked at was ‘down the road’.
As she divided the gin into shot glasses, the same local said: ‘Look at that,’ seemingly impressed by her skills.
In the footage, Robbie is wearing a relaxed, boxy shirt in a muted shade, her blonde hair down in a tousled style and minimal make-up.
The Today Show, who posted the clip as a Reel to its Instagram page, wrote in the caption: ‘Is there anything she can’t do?’
Fans have been quick to react to the clip, including one person who commented: ‘Such a magic lady Robbie oi.’
Another quipped: ‘She underpoured and I wouldn’t be happy.’ A third wrote: ‘This takes me back to Croatia.’
Robbie, who was born and raised in Queensland, Australia, recently launched her alcohol brand with her British film producer husband Tom Ackerley and friends Charlie Maas, Josey McNamara and Regan Riskas.
The gin range, created as a passion project due to her and her friends’ love of gin, is inspired by the Australian coast and made in Byron Bay.
Comprising of botanicals such as oyster shells, roasted wattleseed and pink peppercorn, the tipple is a nod to the laid-back Australian lifestyle and memories of relaxed beach days, according to the brand.
The actor-turned-businesswoman previously revealed that she started working at a very young age.
In an interview with Chris Pratt on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she shared that she started working at a restaurant when she was just 10 years old. ‘I started at the back of the kitchen, polishing silverware. Then I moved on to peeling potatoes, then I started washing dishes, and then I was a waitress,’ she said.
During the chat, she shared that by 14, she already worked behind the bar.