Margot Robbie and her hubby Tom Ackerley have jetted off on a romantic getaway to Lapland.
Continuing their Christmas festivities, the 28-year-old gave her fans a sneak peek into her holiday by sharing a loved up selfie onto Instagram.
In the picture, the actress can be seen beaming into the camera, as her other half cuddled up to the star from behind.
The pair were wrapped up warm in faux fur hoods and padded coats as they braved the snow together.
As well as their cute pic, Margot also shared a number of snaps of the winter wonderland which they were staying at.
One shows the baron landscape, while another features the beautiful sunset over some snow topped trees.
In the caption the I, Tonya star simply wrote: Lapland, followed by a couple of snowman emojis.
Margot has been enjoying the festive season ever since the end of November where she celebrated Thanksgiving with her friends and family.
However, she did have a slight mishap, as she since revealed she had burned the meal.
Sharing her oh-so-relatable kitchen drama, Margot told USA Today: Last year for our Friendsgiving, all the orphans in town, we just [cooked] a big feast. I was in charge of the yams and I lit them on fire.
It was terrible. So this year were dividing up whos cooking what and I was like, “Id really like to give the yams a go again!”
But it turns out Thanksgiving wasnt the only holiday meal she ruined as Margot said: Last Christmas I lit the ham on fire, which, again I was like, “Can I do the ham this year?”
And everyone was like, “We want to be able to eat the food, we dont want it to be charcoal and just have nothing.”
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She added: Theyre always like, “You can do a cheese board! Or you can pick the wine out for everyone!” And I was like, “No, I want to be in the kitchen!” But yeah, I suck in the kitchen.
Lets hope this Christmas she stayed well away from the oven!
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