GB's top divers had the crowd on their feet as they landed a couple of medals on the first day of the FINA Diving World Series leg in London.
Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow started the ball rolling in the very first event of the day, winning bronze in the 10m Synchro.
The Plymouth pair, who won silver in this event 12 months ago, repeated their result from the previous leg of this year's World Series in Kazan to finish third on 311.88, narrowly behind Malaysia's Cheong Jun Yoong and Leong Mun Yee (314.94) as China's reigining world champions Chen Ruolin and Liu Huixia (332.88) stormed ahead to win gold.
Jack Laugher and Chris Mears rounded off the evening as they claimed silver in the 3m Synchro for their first international medal on home soil.
The Brits, who finished an agonising fourth in last year's event, scored their highest international tally as a partnership to finish on 433.80 as China's Qin Kai and Cao Yuan (447.75) won gold and Russia's Illya Zakharov and Evgeny Kuznetsov (429.21) bronze.
Rebecca Gallantree and Alicia Blagg were desperately close to scoring a third medal for the home team as they finished fourth in the 3m Synchro.
The Commonwealth champions scored 295.44 for their list with Canada's Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware just able to hold them off to collect bronze on 295.68.
Competing in their first World Series leg together, Matty Lee and James Denny were the other home divers in action on the opening day, scoring 385.32 to finish fifth of eight pairs in the 10m Synchro.