Margot Robbie stuns on first red carpet appearance since wedding

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Married life suits Margot Robbie! The Suicide Squad star looked gorgeous as she made her return to the red carpet on Tuesday, just three weeks after she tied the knot with long-term boyfriend Tom Ackerley.

Stepping out without her new husband, the 26-year-old channelled gothic glamour in an all-black Valentino ensemble as she attended the Marie Claire Image Maker Awards in Los Angeles.

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Margot Robbie looked stunning in a Valentino ensemble

Margot recreated one of the runway looks from the brand's spring 2017 show by teaming a black longline leather top with wide leg trousers and heels, accessorising with a co-ordinating clutch bag and her new diamond wedding ring.

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The actress added to the grunge look with black kohl eyeliner and wore her long blonde hair in tousled waves.

The event marked the first high profile appearance Margot had made since she secretly married her British boyfriend Tom in Byron Bay, Australia. The 26-year-old confirmed her newlywed status before Christmas with an Instagram photo of herself showing off her beautiful wedding ring while kissing Tom.

The actress showed off her new diamond wedding ring

The couple started dating in 2013 after meeting on the set of World War II drama Suite Française in France. Margot has since been living in London with her partner and friends in a small Clapham apartment.

The Hollywood beauty previously opened up about her relationship with her British beau during an interview with Vogue. She said: "(Before we met) I was the ultimate single gal. The idea of relationships made me want to vomit. And then this crept up on me. We were friends for so long.

"I was always in love with him, but I thought, 'Oh, he would never love me back. Don't make it weird, Margot. Don't be stupid and tell him that you like him.' And then it happened, and I was like, 'Of course we're together. This makes so much sense, the way nothing has ever made sense before.''

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