The awards ceremony is currently underway at the Royal Festival Hall at London’s Southbank Centre. We’ve rounded up the boldest, most exciting looks from this year’s red carpet here.
Accompanied by the Prince of Wales, Kate reworked the off-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown she first debuted at the 2019 Baftas, pairing it with black gloves.
“This time, it has cascading shoulder embellishments,” a Sky News presenter said, while discusing the outfit on air.
“And her earrings, they’re floral chandelier earrings. Where are they from? Zara!” the journalist continued. “Who would have guessed that? £18, Thomas the producer says.”
“What a bargain, says Amy,” she continued, presumably referring to somebody in the studio.
Other high-profile attendees at the show tonight include Florence Pugh, Colin Farrell, Michelle Yeoh, Viola Davis, Eddie Redmayne, Bill Nighy, and Paul Mescal.
Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front earned 14 nominations, making it one of the two most nominated films in this history of the Baftas. The film shares the record with Ang Lee’s 2001 film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.