This year though, the pandemic has forced the pair to re-evaluate all aspects of their life.
“It’s such a weird, weird time. It’s like living in a movie,” she shared during a Vogue interview in May.
“I think everyone is going to come out of this with a whole new perspective of life and a whole array of very bizarre hobbies.”
The couple have still been working on films together though, releasing Dreamland and Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn this year, while Promising Young Woman is set for release on January 1, 2021.
But with more productions being cancelled in the United States and Australia becoming a hotspot for filming – Nicole Kidman’s Nine Perfect Strangers recently wrapped in Byron Bay and Chris Hemsworth’s Thor: Love and Thunder is set to begin shooting early next year – it seems there’s never been a better time for the star to move Down Under.
Evidence suggesting that Robbie and Ackerley, also 30, are eyeing up a sea change is the recent listing of Robbie’s stylish Hollywood Hills bungalow for almost $1.6 million – seemingly downsizing her Los Angeles property portfolio.
“It’s where I’m currently residing,” Robbie previously shared of her decision to buy property in the celeb hotspot, adding that it wasn’t her forever home. “It’s difficult to grow roots here,” she continued. “I guess being married changed things.”
Another reason Robbie could be considering a move home is her desire to start a family.
“The truth of the matter is, she can’t wait to be a mum,” an insider shared of the star.
“She’s very happy and settled with Tom and it makes sense that they’re ready to take that next step. They have so much love to give and everyone knows they will make good parents.”
Robbie has long made known her desire to start her family with Ackerley.
“I want tons of children,” she has admitted. “If I’m looking into my future, I want to see a big Christmas dinner with tons of kids there.”
Having also promised her mum Sarie Kessler that she would raise her children in Oz, the only thing holding Robbie and Ackerley back has been the need to base themselves in Los Angeles to run their production company, Lucky Chaps Entertainment.
With that reason nullified this year, thanks to stars proving it’s possible to manage their careers from Australia, there’s nothing stopping Robbie from realising her dreams.