Students at Olivia Colman's former school in Norwich have been celebrating her being named Best Actress at the Oscars.
The Academy Award winner was brought up in Norfolk and went to Norwich High School for Girls.
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Olivia was a student at Norwich School for Girls in 1982.
She went on to study at Gresham's School in Holt before continuing her love for the stage at Cambridge University.
Olivia Colman has said she will be bringing her Oscar statuette to bed with her.
The British star of The Favourite won ahead of Glenn Close for The Wife and Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born.
Speaking backstage after her win, Colman was asked where she will be putting her prize.
She told the Press Association: "In bed with me, between me and my husband."
Asked how much of her speech was prepared, she replied "none of it", adding that winning is "not an every day occurrence".
Colman confirmed her children - aged 13, 11 and three - were watching from her agent's house.
Prior to landing the best actress Academy Award for her role as Queen Anne in The Favourite, she had a successful career on the small screen in Green Wing, That Mitchell And Webb Look and Twenty Twelve.
She was also in British films including Hot Fuzz and Tyrannosaur before she played the role of Carol Thatcher opposite Meryl Streep in The Iron Lady.
Olivia also found early fame as Sophie, the girlfriend of David Mitchell's neurotic Mark, in the British comedy Peep Show.