If you were tasked with dressing Margot Robbie for a red carpet film premiere, where she plays an actual queen, you would 3000% dress her like royalty, right? Right.

And that’s exactly what the star’s stylist, Kate Young, did for Margot’s Mary Queen of Scots premiere in New York City overnight.

For context, Margot plays the role of Queen Elizabeth I, who famously rivalled Mary Stuart (AKA Mary Queen of Scots – played by Saiorse Ronan) in the 15th century. And while she looks practically unrecognisable in costume, on the red carpet she’s the same ol’ Margot we know and love.

Cop a look at how bloody stunning she looks leaving for the night wearing a Chanel Haute Couture naked dress:

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The fresh-off-the runway gown is a work of art in itself, featuring a halterneck lace mini, layered under a second sheer number and finished with intricate floral appliqué and embellishment.

Young paired the extravagant Chanel stunner with a pair of minimalist metallic silver heels.

Aaaaand, because we know you just want more pics, here’s a pic of Margot arriving on the red carpet rockin’ a crimson red pout and rosey blush:

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DID WE MENTION IT’S BACKLESS?!

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Fuck, I love this so much. Any dress is instantly three times better when it’s backless IMO.

Naturally, the two leading ladies posed for a cute as heck pic together and honestly, how perfect do they look?

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These two bloody nailed it.

Can we also talk about the fact Saiorse’s dress has a jewelled heart just casually attached at the waist? Boss dressing at it’s finest, ladies.

Margot’s stylist, Kate Young, also shared some more shots of the dress on her Instagram and yup, it’s just as pretty up close:

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