Prince William and Kate make angelic appearance at the 2019 Baftas

Prince William and Kate make angelic appearance at the 2019 Baftas

Prince William and Kate make angelic appearance at the 2019 Baftas

Kate has previously accompanied William twice to the BAFTAs.

Kate Middleton's earrings for her BAFTA red carpet appearance with Prince William has caught everyone's attention.

Kate finished off the look with a pair of sparkly Jimmy Choo Romy heels - a glittering version of her favourite Romy style -a large diamond bracelet and her history-making engagement ring, that also belonged to her late mother-in-law.

Kate Middleton embraced her role as a modern-day princess at the 2019 BAFTA Awards, as she walked the red carpet in a flowing white gown with Prince William by her side. In June 1997, Diana wore the earrings without the drop to a performance of Swan Lake at Royal Albert Hall, one of her last public appearances before her death in August.

Kate Middleton wore Alexander McQueen to BAFTA 2019.

Boutier, Law take Vic Open golf titles in Australia
The Frenchwoman finished on eight under to hold off local favourites Sarah Kemp and Su Oh, as well as England's Charlotte Thomas. Australian Kemp shot a 7-under-65 to card the lowest round of the day, despite starting with a double bogey on the 1st.

Just one question: Are Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis allowed to stay up late to watch their pop on TV at the awards?

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

The royal couple sat in the front row for the star-studded awards ceremony and greeted some of the night's winners, including best actress victor Olivia Coleman, who is also an Oscar nominee for her portrayal of Queen Anne in The Favourite.

Actor Rami Malek picked the Best Actor BAFTA for Bohemian Raphsody while Mahershala Ali won Best Supporting Actor for Green Book.

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