'Good to Be Back': Naomi Watts Takes a Trip Down Memory Lane as She Visits Her Old High School in Australia
The actress was feeling nostalgic on Monday when she snapped a picture outside of her old high school
Naomi Watts is taking a trip down memory lane.
The British-born actress, 47, was feeling nostalgic on Monday when she snapped a picture outside of her old high school in Sydney, Australia. Watts flashed a big smile as she posed outside of the school gates.
“Look what happened here…Good to be back,” she captioned the selfie.
Watts attended Mosman High School, located in Sydney’s north shore, after moving to Australia from the United Kingdom when she was 14. She later transferred to North Shore Sydney Girls High School, one of Sydney’s top all-girls high schools, where she met longtime friend Nicole Kidman.
The actress returned to her home turf earlier this month to spend the holidays with her family – including her longtime partner Liev Schreiber and their two children Samuel Kai, 7, and Alexander Pete, 8.
And Watts seemed to be enjoy the downtime, posting several pictures of their family time together on Instagram.
She also shared a picture of herself spending some quality time with her grandmother. The two were all smiles as they sat in lawn chairs and soaked up soaked up the sun together.
“Perfect Aussie #christmas and #boxingday with 90 year old grandma,” she wrote.
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The vacation serves as a nice break for Watts and Schreiber as they’ve been busy filming their latest movie together, The Bleeder.