Wearing fashion-girl favourite rainboots by Hunter to the five day event held in Somerset, England, Margot mentioned the iconic brand in her posts. However, she failed to be transparent about whether she was paid for the post (#sponsored) and, technically breaking the law.
The popular photo-sharing platform's new guidelines aim to clear up any confusion over whether influencers and celebrities are being paid to mention brands and products. An Instagram spokeswoman told The Daily Telegraph, celebrities must be more transparent when they are pocketing cash or benefiting from a post, adding it will introduce a “paid partnership with” subheading to encourage users to be more upfront.
"Round 2 @hunterboots 😎💥🌈 " the Suicide Sqaud star captioned this photo.
Robbie isn't the only celebrity to get caught out by the new policy, The Kardashians and Bella Hadid have also been under fire from their followers for not openly labelling their posts as advertisements.