Margot Robbie Says She Sometimes Has "Meltdowns" Trying to Deal with Fame

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Margot Robbie is a busy A-list actress and a business owner. In addition to starring in blockbusters like Suicide Squad, she helps run LuckyChap, a production company. She has support when it comes to running LuckyChap—her husband, Tom Ackerley, and producing partners, Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr, also work on the business with her—but it's still a lot.

And Robbie isn't afraid to admit that it's hard juggling a demanding acting career with her work behind-the-scenes.

“Having a business is stressful and time-consuming, but it’s incredibly rewarding,” she told Vogue Australia, discussing the difficulties of acting and running a business at the same time. “There are obviously a lot of times where I’ll have a meltdown and go: ‘I can’t do it anymore.’ And you miss out on a lot of things, like you rarely go on holidays, you miss everyone’s weddings, everyone’s birthdays. I haven’t been home once this year, I haven’t seen my best friends, my nephew.”

As difficult as it may be at times, however, Robbie says she wouldn't change a thing.

"I’m thrilled with where I’m at in my career," she said. "I have absolutely no regrets, every experience has been incredible, character-building and career-shaping."

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