If the success of The Crown has taught us anything, it's that we love a royal drama. There is something so fascinating and unattainable about the royal family that entices us commoners. Take a highly established family lineage, add some political drama and a sex scandal or two, topped off with a charming British accent - it is the perfect recipe for binge-watching.  The latest royal story to come to screens is the upcoming film about Mary, Queen of Scots, aptly titled Mary, Queen of Scots starring our very own, Margot Robbie.  

Robbie is following the footsteps of fellow Aussie, Cate Blanchett recreating Queen Elizabeth I in the film. However, it is not the royal storyline that is making headlines, rather the unrecognisable makeover that Robbie has undergone. The blonde bombshell who took everyone's breath away in The Wolf of Wall Street is virtually unrecognisable on set.

Margot Robbie on set of 'Mary, Queen of Scots'

The hair and makeup team on set have successfully transformed Robbie into the Queen, highlighting signature features such as her wiry red hair, receding hair line and sunken, uneven skin (a result of small pox in her 20s).

Robbie stars alongside, Saorise Ronan who plays Mary, Queen of Scots, as well as Gemma Chan, who will play Bess of Hardwick, a friend and confidante of Queen Elizabeth I. 

Margot Robbie is completely unrecognisable in her latest role