“I work at a restaurant in New York City, and the first time I served Margot Robbie, I treated her like a normal person. I didn’t acknowledge that she was famous or anything like that (although she is probably my number-one crush of all time). I was really nervous to even talk to her, to be quiet honest.
Margot and her [now husband] were EXTREMELY personable — we talked a bit about the Rangers. She paid the bill, left a very generous tip, and told me I created an outstanding dining experience and asked if they could talk to my manager. It was one of the biggest compliment boosts of my life. They come back, and I wait on them often — I would nearly consider us friends now, as we are on a first-name basis.”