Actress Margot Robbie believes growing up in Australia has kept her grounded over the years.
The “Wolf of Wall Street” star – who grew up on a farm on the Gold Coast in Queensland – doesn’t think she’ll ever become a Hollywood diva because she was taught about “tall-poppy syndrome” growing up, reported Us magazine.
“There’s a thing in Australia called tall-poppy syndrome. Have you heard of it? It’s a pretty prevalent thing – they even teach it in school. Poppies are tall flowers, but they don’t grow taller than the rest of the flowers, so there’s a mentality in Australia where people are really happy for you to do well; you just can’t do better than everyone else or they will cut you down to size,” she said. Also Read - Suicide Squad actress Margot Robbie credits sleep for her trim physique

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