Margot Robbie took to Instagram today to share a rare picture of herself with husband Tom Ackerley.
The 28-year-old, who married partner Ackerley two years ago in one of the most Instagrammable boho ceremonies ever, has been pretty coy about sharing pictures of her beau since the wedding.
However, spending the winter holidays on a vaycay in Finland, Robbie posted a slideshow of snaps, featuring a rare selfie with Acklerley, to her Insta account.
Presumably the pair are on their travels with hopes of seeing the Northern Lights, which are notionally most likely visible at this time of year.
The last time we got a glimpse of the pair together was back in September, when Robbie last posted a picture of the two of them.
Showing the pair by the sea the I, Tonya star can be seen with windswept hair, gazing at her grinning business and romantic partner.
Robbie surprised the world a couple of years ago when she married her producer boyfriend Tom Ackerley in a private ceremony in Australia, in December 2016.
Announcing her wedding with an uncaptioned snap of the pair kissing, complete with a ringed finger, the actress and producer proved that she was keeping her relationship fairly under wraps.
Since then the Australian star’s Instagram has shown little-to-no evidence of her British beau, sharing only a handful of photos of him since their nuptials.
One photo, posted to the Oscar-nominated actress’ app in November of last year, shows the young couple walking with their dog Boo Radley, whilst Ackerley’s own social media hosts a handful of snaps of the pair.
In an interview with the last year, the Wolf of Wall Street actress detailed how she and Tom met and fell in love. Originally flatmates in a house share in Clapham, the pair attempted to keep their relationship a secret, she explained, 'We kept it a secret. Because we weren't really taking it seriously. "Oh, whatever, we're just mates, we're just mates." And then… everyone found out.'
'It was dramatic. I'm not going into the details, but sh*t hit the fan. Our house turned into The Jerry Springer Show for a moment there. But then the dust settled, and it was all good,' Robbie continued.
Four years on it certainly still looks all good to us.