A talented youngster is tasting sweet success after taking the junior beauty pageant crown in a national competition - days after winning a national cheerleading contest.
Hipperholme Grammar School pupil Halle-Blu Morrison, 11, is also an elite young gymnast and won a sports scholarship to the school.
She hopes to one day compete for England in the Olympics.
The year seven pupil from Lightcliffe took the crown at the Junior Miss Galaxy UK contest, beating off stiff competition from girls from all across the UK.
The finals were held at Park Hall in Chorley, Lancashire, last weekend.
Proud mum and cheerleading coach Robyn Morrison said: “When she was announced winner, we were jumping up and down.
“I didn’t honestly think she would do it as there was big competition. We are all so proud of her.”
The contest was watched by Halle-Blu’s family including brother Beau, ten.
She is also a former Miss Galaxy from 2012 and used to coach cheerleaders for Huddersfield Town.
Halle-Blu’s dad Glenn Morrison is a former rugby player for Bradford Bulls and Wakefield Wildcats, and is now head coach for Dewsbury Rams.
To top Halle-Blu’s success in the pageant, the weekend before she came first in the ICC Cheerleading Nationals solo division.
She has also been the undefeated English National Solo Cheerleading Champion for the past four years running
Robyn, 39, added: “Halle-Blu has been cheerleading since she was about two, and doing gymnastics since about four or five.
“The two go hand-in-hand together and she has done so well in both of them.”
Halle-Blu will travel to Orlando, Florida, in July with Robyn to compete in the international Junior Miss Galaxy competition.
Robyn said: “I competed there in 2012 so I’m looking forward to going back with her this time round.”