Australian actress Margot Robbie has reportedly flown back to Gold Coast to spend a pre-holiday celebration time with her mother on Tuesday.

Sarie Kessler, Robbie’s mother, confirmed the news to The Courier-Mail. Kessler, however, did not disclose how long the actress would stay in Australia but said she was glad to have her daughter back at home.

“I definitely hope I will get to spend to some time with her,” she said.

With the spotlight on the actress, Kessler said she’s aware of her daughter’s struggle with the constant media attention and paparazzi. Robbie’s mother said the actress and the rest of their family “really” doesn’t like having photographers around.

Kessler also said that she understands the consequences of her daughter’s job. “It is hard for her, but it is part of what comes with the job. You have to take the good with the bad,” she said.

The actress was spotted in a casual look wearing a loose-fitting top, white ripped jeans paired with white sneakers on Tuesday.

Robbie is not the only star who flew to Gold Coast this month. According to The Gold Coast Bulletin, Rock veterans AC/DC, Blake Lively with Ryan Reynolds and their daughter James, Kevin Dillon, Spandau Ballet star Tony Hadley and more personalities are also currently in town.

Meanwhile, Robbie is set to face a big year ahead of her, with movies “Suicide Squad,” “Tarzan” and “Fun House” scheduled to release in 2016.

“Suicide Squad” follows a group of imprisoned supervillains set out to execute dangerous black ops missions in exchange for clemency. Robbie portrays Batman’s enemy Dr. Harleen F. Quinzel / Harley Quinn. The film also stars A-list actors such as Jared Leto, Will Smith, Ben Affleck and Cara Delevigne.

“Suicide Squad” will hit theatres on Aug. 4, 2016 in Australia.

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