THE Baftas is one of the biggest nights in the showbiz calendar so red carpet royalty – as well as actual royalty – pulled out all the stops.
A-list celebs united with British royalty for the swanky event, which was hosted by Graham Norton at the Royal Albert Hall.
Kate Middleton lead the glamour on the red carpet in a gold and cream Alexander McQueen dress.
Guests at tonight's award ceremony are being encouraged to rewear old outfits or a hire an outfit as part of a sustainable fashion movement.
And the royal mum-of-three had done exactly that, choosing to rewear a dress she had first been pictured wearing eight years ago during her tour of Malaysia.
The Duchess freshened up her look by mixing up her accessories and was seen carrying a gold perspex clutch and wore a Van Cleef & Arpels earring and necklace set.
Prince William looked typically dapper in a classic tux as joined his wife on the red carpet of the Royal Albert Hall tonight.
Yesterday, the Sun exclusively revealed that William, 37, is "furious" over the all-white nominations at the awards, and is expected to mention it in his speech this evening.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been regulars at the awards ceremony since Prince William was made President of the BAFTAs in 2010.
Elsewhere in the glamorous arrivals, Margot Robbie did not disappoint in an elegant black lace gown.
Her Bombshell co-star Charlize Theron, added a pop of colour to proceedings in a violet pleated gown.
Meanwhile, Scarlett Johannson, who is nominated for best actress in her role in Marriage Story, looked breathtaking in all pink.
She wore a glistening pink beaded gown by Atelier Versace featuring a fluffy pink feather train, perfectly nailing red carpet glamour.
And the winner is... Bafta 2020 winners
Best Film - 1917
Outstanding British Film - 1917
Outstanding Debut by British Writer, Director or Producer - Bait
Film Not in the English Language - Parasite
Documentary - For Sama
Animated Film - Klaus
Director - 1917, Sam Mendes
Original Screenplay - Parasite
Adapted Screenplay - JoJo Rabbit
Leading Actress - Renee Zellweger, Judy
Leading Actor - Joaquin Phoenix, Joker
Supporting Actress- Laura Dern, Marriage Story
Supporting Actor - Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood
Original Score - Joker
Casting - Joker
Cinematography - 1917
Editing - Le Mans '66
Production Design - 1917
Costume Design - Little Women
Makeup & Hair - Bombshell
Sound - 1917
Special Visual Effects - 1917
British Short Animation - Grandad Was a Romantic
British Short Film - Learning To Skateboard in a Warzone (If You're a Girl)
EE Rising Star Award - Michael Ward
Up for Leading Actress for her role in Little Women, Saoirse Ronan lead the way on the red carpet in a gorgeous black satin gown.
The Irish actress added some sparkle to her gown with her colourful rainbow earrings
Fellow Little Women star Florence Pugh was breath taking in a fuchsia pink gown complete with a tumbling train by Dries Van Noten.
The Crown's Olivia Coleman made a political statement as she was seen wearing an actress equality badge.
The pin was printed with the words "50:50 Equal Representation for Actresses."
Radio presenter Vick Hope was among the first to arrive at the event, showcasing her endless legs in a gorgeous scarlet gown by Tran Hung.
The capital breakfast DJ added serious drama with a full length train and a pair of sparkling gold heels.
Emilia Clarke looked to old Hollywood glamour for inspiration, dressed in a chic full length black slip dress by Schiparelli embellished with hundreds of sequins
Zoe Kravitz was impossibly chic in a full length metallic gold dress by Saint Laurent, guaranteed to keep all eyes on her.
Sex Education star Gillian Anderson was flawless in a classic black LBD.
Meanwhile Edith Bowman looked pretty as a picture in a tiered lace gown, added a quirky touch with some blue leather gloves.
Soap star Kellie Shirley opted for a flirty black mini dress, with an open back as she joined red carpet royalty tonight.
Guests asked to dress sustainably at the Baftas
Guests at the 73rd Bafta awards have been asked to dress sustainably.
The award body has presented those attending the awards with a fashion guide created by London Collage of Fashion.
It asks attendees to rewear old outfits or hire one, rather than purchasing new.
The guide states: “This awards season BAFTA are doing more than ever before to consider sustainability across its awards ceremonies, including inviting guests to ‘dress sustainably’.
“To help navigate some of the issues around fashion and sustainability London College of Fashion, UAL are supporting BAFTA with more information on how you can dress sustainably.”
Star Wars actress Naomi Ackie looked simply stunning in a one-shouldered lime yellow dress paired with gold sandals for the awards tonight.
Swedish model Victoria Silvstedt looked like an award herself in a sparkling gold dress, paired with accessories dripping with jewels.
Meanwhile actress Jo Hartley joined the ball gown brigade in a chic emerald green dress, complete with a rather handy pocket.
The guests of honour will of course be Kate Middleton and Prince William who are expected to arrive shortly.
TV presenter Graham Norton will take over from Joanna Lumley as presenter of the Baftas, which is now into its 73rd year.
Graham first presented the TV Baftas 15 years ago, but February 2020 will mark his debut as Film Awards host.
The show is being broadcast on BBC One at 9.30pm, and after it has aired it will be available on the BBC iPlayer.
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