Movie stars and British royalty mix at BAFTAs

Prince William and Kate Middleton

Movie stars and British royalty mix at BAFTAs

Kate Middleton definitely turned heads Sunday night when she showed up wearing a white one-shoulder gown to the British Academy Film Awards in London.

Kate Middleton made a stylish hairstyle and ideal makeup. Diana wore the earrings to a Pavarotti Concert at The Royal Albert Hall in 1995.

Anne Hathaway said she learned one parenting tip from Prince William and Kate Middleton. The dress featured a floral motif on the shoulder and ruffled detailing.

Kate and William have attended the awards ceremony together every year since William was made President in 2010.

The earrings, which feature a cluster of diamonds in the centre and a single hanging pearl, once belonged to the late Princess of Wales, who wore them several times.

Of course William was looking as handsome as ever.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has outshone some of Hollywood's biggest stars as a special guest at the British Academy Film Awards.

They were greeted at the entrance by the Royal Albert Hall's chief executive Craig Hassall before making their way to their seats.

Unlike this year, Middleton's dress for the 2018 BAFTAs received criticism as the duchess wore a dark green gown instead of black like most other celebrity attendees.

Kate and William made quite the entrance when they arrived at the awards 'do, too, with the red carpet in shut-down mode as they walked through in front of the cameras.

Actress Olivia Colman, who played the role of Queen Anne in The Favourite, won Best Actress while her co-star Rachel Weisz won Best Supporting Actress.

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