Olivia Colman promised to get pissed and scratch her co-stars’ names into her Bafta, as she picked up the award for Best Actress on Sunday night.
The Favourite star gave an acceptance speech only she could as she was awarded the gong at the ceremony, which was held at the Royal Albert Hall.
Olivia was honoured for her role as Queen Anne in the period film, which also won six other prizes on the night.
Taking to the stage, she looked out on the audience, marvelling: “It’s really big!”
Revealing she’d prepared something, unlike her Golden Globes speech, she continued: “I do know what to say, I’ve actually written something down.
“To my fellow nominees, to be in the same company as you is an extraordinary honour.”