Margot Robbie takes Vogue inside her charming California beach house in magnetic 73 Questions

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She's one of Hollywood's most striking stars.

And Margot Robbie proved just why in a charisma-packed interview done in honor of her Vogue magazine cover for July.

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The Aussie beauty, 28, was a beacon of good vibes when she invited the magazine into her airy California home for one of their iconic 73 Questions interviews.

It was clear that Vogue interviewer Joe Sabia was in for a treat as the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actress welcomed him into her beachy abode.

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The bright California residence was streaming with light, full of bright windows and minimalist furnishings with crisp, clean lines.

Margot and Joe playfully volleyed questions and answers back and forth during their chat.

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Starting on a topical note, the blonde beauty sat down on the arm of a white couch as she explained how she was hosting a brunch later that day before dubbing author JK Rowling the person she'd most like to spend a day with.

As the interview continued the pair wandered towards the back of her property, but not before zooming past a rustic-looking stand-up piano.

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'So, you play piano?' Joe asked off-hand.

She laughed off the suggestion, telling him: 'No, that's just kind of there.'

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Proving she was nothing but a burst of joy, Margot stopped to put some Snapdragon flowers in a vase while welcoming the Vogue pro into her kitchen for a glass of water.

The star's galley seamlessly fit into her home, boasting retro flatware and bright marble countertops with plenty of room to prep.

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Revealing an actor she'd love to work with, Margot said Belgian talent Matthias Schoenaerts, who is probably most recognized in the US for his role in The Danish Girl.

Meanwhile, the I, Tonya talent admitted a director she'd love to collaborate with is Wes Anderson.

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