David Tennant and his wife Georgia are very much the proud parents after their daughter Olive's latest achievement. The 11-year-old, who made her big-screen debut in Belfast, has won the award for Best Newcomer in the 2022 National Film Awards.
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Taking to Instagram on Monday, Georgia shared a series of pictures of her aspiring actress daughter in their garden celebrating the news - including a snap with the doting mum. In the caption, she wrote: "@nationalfilmawards #bestnewcomernomination #olivetennant #&hermum."
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Fans were quick to react, with one writing: "Congratulations to the talented young lady! #ProudParents." Another stated: "Yay Olive! You both look incredible."
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A third post read: "She's a lovely young woman… and I can't wait to see her acting!" One other follower remarked: "Oh my word, she is a lovely young lady!!!!! Beautiful ladies!!"
Last year, Olive appeared in her first major movie, Belfast, alongside Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds and Caitriona Balfe. She starred as Catherine, a Catholic schoolgirl who becomes the love interest of main character Buddy, played by young actor Jude Hill.
Georgia Tennant shared these lovely photos on Monday
The then ten-year-old actress even walked the red carpet at the glittering premiere at the BFI London Film Festival - and was joined by her older brother Ty. So cute!
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Olive is the eldest daughter of Doctor Who stars Georgia and David, and is also the granddaughter of Peter Davison. She made a cameo as John Barrowman's daughter in the 50th anniversary spoof The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot.
As well as Olive, David and Georgia are parents to Ty, 20, Wilfred, nine, seven-year-old Doris and Birdie, who turns three in October.
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