Prince William and Kate Middleton attend Bafta awards
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Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton will on 12 February be present at the award ceremony of Bafta awards in the Royal Albert Hall in London.
That report Deadline Friday. The prince, who also serves as president of the British Academy Film Awards, was in the last two years absent from the gala.
He has since his presidency began in 2010, the award only twice attended. The last time was in 2014, when he was the British Academy Fellowship award handed out to Helen Mirren.
This is the first time that Middleton the gala will attend. She will make her appearance on the red carpet, while the prince again, the Fellowship prize will award.
The 70th ceremony of the Bafta’s will be presented by comedian Stephen Fry. La La Land, Nocturnal Animals, and Arrival are the most often nominated for the prestigious British film award, as an important indicator of the winning Oscars will be seen.