Prince William and Kate make angelic appearance at the 2019 Baftas

Brenda Watkins
February 12, 2019

Kate, 37, channelled Hollywood glamour in a bespoke white one-shoulder gown by designer favourite Alexander McQueen, with tulle flowers embroidered on one shoulder.

William, who is president of the British Academy, wore a simple black dinner suit and let his wife's outfit do all of the talking.

But Twitter users couldn't help, but notice that the Royal Albert Hall fell completely silent when the couple made their way down the steps to take their seats at the front of the auditorium.

Kate Middleton's stylish appearance at Sunday's BAFTA Awards included a touching tribute to Princess Diana.

The Duke and Duchess attended last year's BAFTAs ceremony, when Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis, and the audience stood quiet as they entered.

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Kate Middleton has several pieces of jewellery from Princes Diana's collection, which she uses every now and then.

Lots of royal fans paid particular attention to what were on her ears; pearl and diamond drop earrings that once belonged to her late mother-in-law.

Queen Colman (who beat out both Lady Gaga and Glenn Close for the evening's honor of Best Leading Actress), now reigns as The Favourite's temperamental Queen Anne, but soon (though Netflix is keeping the deets close to its chest), she'll be welcomed into homes worldwide as The Crown's Elizabeth II, a hand-off from acclaimed predecessor Claire Foy.

Following the evening's ceremony, Kate and William rubbed shoulders with the night's award winners, including Best Adapted Screenplay winner Spike Lee, Best Supporting Actress winner Rachel Weisz and Rising Star award winner Letitia Wright.

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