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BAFTA 2019: Kate Middleton, Vision In White, Sparkles In Princess Diana's Earrings

Duchess of Cambridge does Hollywood glamour at BAFTAs 2019 in spectacular, one-shouldered gown Duchess Kate resplendent in white dress at BAFTAs
Adrian Cunningham | 11 February, 2019, 20:59

Queen Colman (who beat out both Lady Gaga and Glenn Close for the evening's honor of Best Leading Actress), now reigns as The Favourite's temperamental Queen Anne, but soon (though Netflix is keeping the deets close to its chest), she'll be welcomed into homes worldwide as The Crown's Elizabeth II, a hand-off from acclaimed predecessor Claire Foy.

Kate Middleton and Prince William arrive for BAFTA 2019. In addition, Colman will play Prince William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II in seasons 3 and 4 of Netflix's The Crown.

Kate Middleton found the smallest way to honor her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, and fans noticed immediately.

He continued: "I am a passionate supporter of BAFTA and I couldn't be more proud of its ambitious plans to dramatically increase the support for new talent over the coming years".

Fighting back her tears, she told the audience: "We're having an unbelievable night".

Her date for the night was of course, Prince William, who cut a stylish figure in a black tuxedo and slick loafers.

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Kate made an angelic appearance wearing a white, one-shoulder McQueen gown and glittery Jimmy Choo heels.

"We've never talked about this and I find it very emotional but you were the classiest and coolest honour guards anyone could have".

William has been President of the Academy since 2010 and presented the Fellowship award to Martin Scorsese's longstanding editor, Thelma Schoonmaker.

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.

The Favourite won best British film on the night, while Rachel Weisz was named best supporting actress for the movie. Enter, the British Film and Television Awards.