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Margot Robbie: ‘Never’ posing for ‘Playboy’

Margot Robbie: ‘Never’ posing for ‘Playboy’

SORRY, 'PLAYBOY:' Margot Robbie says she is too young and successful to seriously consider an offer from Hugh Hefner. Photo: Associated Press/John Shearer

Australian actress Margot Robbie has turned down Hugh Hefner’s offer of a Playboy photoshoot.

The blonde beauty caught Hefner’s attention with her saucy role in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and the Playboy mogul made a public plea for her to strip off for his magazine.

However, Robbie has now insisted she will not be posing for Playboy any time soon.

During an interview with New Zealand radio station The Edge, she was asked whether she had accepted Hefner’s offer and Robbie replied, “False… No. Never. I’ve put my family through enough…”

She later joked that she would only consider posing for Playboy if she was much older and her career had taken a downward turn, adding, “Then I’ll give him a call.”

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