12 Feb BAFTAs 2017: The Full Lowdown and The Winners
Hollywood’s biggest names jetted into London for this year’s Bafta Film Awards.
The Baftas, held at the Royal Albert Hall, is one of the biggest nights in the entertainment calendar. With Stephen Fry presenting it was surely a night to remember.
As the actual Bafta winners trickle in, we already know who has won the red carpet: Alexander McQueen. Emily Blunt joins Hannah Bagshawe and Kate Middleton by wearing the brand. The Duchess Of Cambridge was joined by her husband Prince William.
Despite Royal Albert Hall being a short drive from a short drive away from their Kensington Palace home, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived fashionably late to loud cheering crowds.
She might have been up for Best Supporting Actress but Naomie Harris, 40, donned an oversized tulle Gucci gown that failed to flatter her frame.
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
Outstanding British film
WINNER: I, Daniel Blake
EE Rising Star award
WINNER: Tom Holland
Best make up & hair
WINNER: Florence Foster Jenkins
Best original music
WINNER: La La Land
Best costume design
Best British short animation
WINNER: A Love Story
Best British short film
WINNER: Hacksaw Ridge
Best production design
WINNER: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Best film not in the English language
WINNER: Son of Saul
Best adapted screenplay
Best supporting actress
WINNER: Viola Davis (Fences)
Best animated film
WINNER: Kubo and the Two Strings