Nicole Kidman has shared stunning photos of Belfast - snapped during her time in the city filming a new Hollywood blockbuster.
The actress has been in Northern Ireland filming the Northman, a 10th century revenge drama, and said she had received a warm welcome.
The 53-year-old star marked the end of her stay by sharing a series of images on Instagram - including Belfast City Hall, stunning sunsets and countryside views.
There was also a panoramic hillside video showing the houses below and the setting sun in the sky.
Introducing her photos, the Big Little Lies and The Undoing star said: "A few of my favourite photos from my time filming The Northman in Belfast.
"Thank you to everyone who welcomed me so warmly into your beautiful city. I'm coming back!"
Belfast will double for Iceland in the film, which centres around a Nordic Prince on a mission to avenge his father’s death.
It also stars Willem Dafoe , Ethan Hawke and Alexander Skarsgard as well as Bjork and The Queen's Gambit actress Anya Taylor-Joy.
Earlier this year it was reported that director Robert Eggers had moved to Northern Ireland to prepare for the movie.
Belfast Live shared photos from the set of The Northman, which was being filmed along the North Coast, as well as at Belfast Harbour Studios.
A ‘Viking’ village appeared among the rolling hills of picturesque Torr Head in Co Antrim during filming.
Production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic but resumed in August.
Ahead of filming, she revealed the prospect of joining the set left her feeling "pretty terrified".
Speaking to Collider, she said: "I’m pretty terrified right now. I sound calm but you shouldn’t see what’s going on inside.”
IMDB says Nicole will be playing a character called Queen Gudrun in the film.