The Princes of Wales have reappeared this Sunday wasting complicity at the 2023 Bafta awards, held at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Princess Kate Middleton captured all eyes on the red carpet at the annual meeting of the British film industry with a white wedding-inspired dress and as accessories gold floral cascading earrings from Zara, which are priced at 15.95 euros , as indicated on their website (they are out of stock).
Middleton returned to bet on and earrings with a gold floral cascade from Zara, which are priced at 15.95 euros, according to their website, Alexander McQueen. With this dress I already walked this same carpet in the 2019 edition but for this new occasion he has updated it by changing a flower for a maxi bow on the arm and accessories as sophisticated as long black opera gloves above the elbow.
Netflix sneaks into the gala
For the first time since 2016, the gala left the classic Royal Albert Hall and moved to the banks of the Thames, to the reinforced concrete that is the structure of the Royal Festival Hall, imposing on the inside, but careful of the magic that Royal Albert Hall gives off. The ceremony, despite Richard E. Grant’s attempts to provide humor and warmth, was heavier than in other years, with watered-down musical performances and a wild rhythm that extended the event to three hours. Jamie Lee Curtis, nominated for best supporting actress, contributed one of the best (and rare) jokes of the night when she criticized Netflix’s decision to ban account sharing. “All members of the industry share the same. You already know the password”, said the actress.
Some Baftas without Saura
For his part Troy Kotsur, when the winner had been Kerry Condon. A communication error with the interpreters seemed to be the cause of the confusion. The fact that the organization did not include the filmmaker Carlos Saura in its review of the disappeared in the last twelve months can also be seen as an error. Grant, through tears, gave way to a video in which the Spanish filmmaker was omitted, but in which Raquel Welch, James Caan, Jean-Luc Godard, Gina Lollobrigida and Ray Liotta, among many others, were present.
A tribute to Elizabeth II
Also in memory was Queen Elizabeth II, to whom Helen Mirren, her interpreter in the 2006 film “The Queen”, gave an emotional speech, while Prince William and Kate Middleton wept in their seats.