Kate Winslet can add another BAFTA Award to her collection!
On Sunday, the blonde babe received the Best Supporting Actress honor at this year's ceremony, for her portrayal of original Apple executive Joanna Hoffman in Steve Jobs.
When the 40-year-old took the stage to claim the honor, she was overwhelmed but made sure to acknowledge her incredible competition in the category — Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina), Rooney Mara (Carol), Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight), and Julie Walters (Brooklyn). Of course Winslet also made sure to thank the filmmakers, her husband, her parents, and her children. Awww!
But this isn't the first time the gorgeous gal has taken home this trophy. The last time she won in a supporting role was 20 years ago, for her part in Sense and Sensibility!
In 2009, the UK Native also won for her leading role in The Reader.
To see Kate's full acceptance speech, press play (above)!
And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
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