Sadie Frost has revealed she's sitting the final exam for her masters degree in film studies today (08.05.15) and is holding her head high ''with gusto''.
Sadie Frost is sitting her final masters exam today (08.05.15).
The 49-year-old actress took to her Instagram account this morning to reveal she has been preparing for the final test in her film studies course before she will ''hopefully'' have earned herself a masters degree.
Alongside an image of her leaning over her balcony, she wrote: ''Today is my final masters exam and hopefully i will have an MA in film studies..in 4 hours!!! My head is held high maybe slightly reclined and i am going in with gusto! Thanks Staffordshire university #Raindance - all my wonderful partners for supporting me and being a huge inspiration - @emmmacom @andrewpaulgreen @bencharlesedwards @froozan #buttercupbill #setthethamesonfire #invisibles #blondetoblackpictures and thank you to everybody who worked on all the films! Wish me luck - eek! (sic)''
The brunette beauty - who was previously married to Spandau Ballet singer Gary Kemp and the actor Jude Law - could be set to relaunch her career as a director after deciding to study the ins and outs of making a movie, having previously tried her hand at producing.
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