Do you know the answers to these Saoirse Ronan questions?

Saoirse Ronan is currently promoting her new film ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ with Australian co-star Margot Robbie.

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The two sat down with Wired for a hilarious walkthrough of the most popular Google searches associated with their names.

While we learned a lot about Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie, turns out there were a few that the co-stars themselves didn’t know the answers to!

Not surprisingly, the most popular search for Ronan is “How to pronounce Saoirse Ronan,” which was later followed by “What Saoirse means.” Innocent enough questions for those not in the know!

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Saoirse showed off her Irish accent when demonstrating how to pronounce her traditional Irish name, and also shared that her name translates to either Freedom or Liberty.

Among the other questions was “Is Saoirse Ronan Irish.” A loaded question for Saoirse as the film star was actually born in New York but was raised in Co Cavan in Ireland. Best of both worlds!

One that left Ronan perplexed was “How to Saoirse Ronan” - perhaps something lost in translation along the lines!

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Check out these other questions the Internet is always looking to answer about Saoirse Ronan - do you know the answers?

  • “How tall is Saoirse Ronan in feet”
  • “Was Saoirse Ronan in Twilight”
  • “Does Saoirse Ronan have siblings”
  • “Is Saoirse Ronan married”
  • “Is Saoirse Ronan in game of thrones”
  • “Is Saoirse Ronan on Instagram”
  • “Is Saoirse Ronan vegan”
  • “What is Saoirse Ronan doing now”
  • “What is Saoirse Ronan’s age”
  • “What was Saoirse Ronan’s first movie”
  • “What color are Saoirse Ronan’s eyes” 

Watch the hilarious video from Wired here!

Saoirse Ronan's and Margot Robbie's new film Mary Queen of Scots, which is already getting Oscar buzz, is in US theaters on Friday December 7.

Will you be going to see Mary Queen of Scots? Let us know in the comments!