A costume designer from Fife has scooped a TV industry accolade for her designs on the second series of The Crown.
Jane Petrie, who grew up in Newport and spent much of her youth in Dundee, picked up an Emmy at the star-studded 70th Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.
Jane and her team won the prize by beating off competition from The Alienist, Genius: Picasso, The Marvellous Mrs Maisel and Outlander.
It is a second major success for Jane with the series, as she also won the Excellence in Period Television Award at the Costume Designers Guild Awards – the equivalent of the Oscars for costume designers – in March.
Jane, 51, whose family still lives in Dundee, said she was stunned when the announcer read out The Crown as the winner in the costume design category.
“It’s completely nuts, it seems like such a long time ago since I did it,” she said.
“It’s surreal, you get 30 seconds to try to remember to thank everyone and it goes past in such a blur.
“When you think about it, from Wormit Primary in 1976 to this, it’s completely bonkers.”