For three consecutive years, Prince William and Kate Middleton will join the guests of the event and join us in congratulating the winners. According to People, these earrings are the same pair Diana wore in 1995 while accepting the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation.
Fans who had gathered outside the Royal Albert Hall in central London screamed as the royal couple walked side-by-side into the ceremony on Sunday evening after making the short journey from Kensington Palace. After pictures of Kate Middleton at the BAFTA ceremony went viral, several social media users decoded her look and deduced that the earrings Kate wore were once owned by Princess Diana.
Kate chose to complement her one-shouldered Alexander McQueen floor-length dress with the ideal accessory: a pair of dazzling diamond and South Sea pearl drop earrings that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.
In an interview with The Sunday Times, the 36-year-old mom of one shared that she's adopted this parenting technique with her almost 2-year-old son, Jonathan.
The lovely jewels were the flawless finishing touch to Kate's embellished dress and took centre stage thanks to her elegant up-do.
The Duke, who is also President of BAFTA, turned to Kate and said: "Let's sit quickly", while Kate said: "It's so quiet!"
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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