Woody Norman has shown his support for Ukraine by wearing a ribbon in the colours of the Ukranian flag on the BAFTAs red carpet.
The C’Mon C’Mon actor, 13, is the youngest nominee at this year's EE BAFTAs 2022 and is up for the best supporting actor category for his role in the film about a radio journalist, played by Joaquin Phoenix, who takes his energetic nephew on a road trip.
Arriving on the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall, the British school boy looked smart in a black suit and bow tie, which he accessorised with the blue and yellow ribbon.
While interviewed on the red carpet, the actor said he felt it was “important to spread awareness of what’s happening in Ukraine”.
The youngsters was also wearing a ribbon to attend the Nominees' Reception at BAFTA, which was held yesterday.
Norman isn't the only star who also showed their support for the people of Ukraine, Benedict Cumberbach also donned a yellow and blue badge to highlight his solidarity.
He also spoke out about the the situation while interviewed on the red carpet.
"We have brothers and sisters who are suffering in our industry in Ukraine or who have managed to escape it whose homes and families are at risk," he told Sky news.
"Who are being shelled and killed and made homeless.
"It is shocking time to be the European two and a half hours flight away from Ukraine," he continued.
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The actor went on to say that while tonight is a celebration he was trying to show that he was standing "side by side with his brothers and sisters who are going through this".
The star added that he hopes to be part of the government's new humanitarian scheme to host Ukrainian refugees.
Daisy Edgar Jones accessorised her incredible fringed dress with a tiny badge in the yellow and blue hue of the Ukranian flag.
The Normal People star's small badge was a subtle way of showing solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
Meanwhile fellow actor Stephen Graham also donned a ribbon to reveal his support.
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The Boiling Point actor, 48, opted to wear a ribbon in the colours of the Ukrainian flag.
During his red carpet arrival he said that though it is it’s an “honour to be here” he felt it was “vital” to also show “support and solidarity” to Ukraine.
Meanwhile former EastEnders star Jessica Plummer, 29, wore an incredible black dress to which she pinned a Ukrainian ribbon.
This isn't the first red carpet event in which celebrities have shown their solidarity with the people of Ukraine.
Over the past couple of weeks, the blue and yellow of the Ukrainian flag has become a familiar sight of on the lapels of stars.
At the recent SAG awards, celebrities including Tyler Perry, Michael Douglas and Shari Belafonte wore ribbons or pocket squares in yellow and blue, while actor Greta Lee wore a blue skirt and yellow polo neck.
Even the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who as senior royals typically remain politically neutral, have shown their support for Ukraine.
Earlier this week, in a visit to the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in Holland Park, the couple wore pin badges of the Ukrainian flag with a white heart, the Duchess on her jumper and the Duke on his lapel.
To double down on their support for the community and volunteers, the Duchess also made a rare political statement with her fashion choice, opting to wear a blue Alexander McQueen cashmere jumper, in a shade similar to that of the Ukrainian flag.
Although the senior royal couple largely remain neutral when it comes to both UK and global politics, the pair made a rare statement in response to Russian troops entering Ukraine at the end of February: “In October 2020 we had the privilege to meet President Zelenskyy and the First Lady to learn of their hope and optimism for Ukraine’s future,” the tweet read.
“Today we stand with the President and all of Ukraine’s people as they bravely fight for that future 🇺🇦 W & C.”
Making a political statement on the red carpet has become a thing in recent years. Following on from the Harvey Weinstein revelations, a wide range of celebrities arrived at the 2018 Golden Globes wearing black.
Celebrities including Jessica Chastain, Tracee Ellis Ross, Angelina Jolie and Issa Rae chose to shun colour in favour of wearing black hued outfits in support of the Time’s Up organisation, which was started as a response to the #MeToo reckoning in Hollywood.
And at the 2018 Brits, women and men in the music industry followed in the footsteps of those at the Grammys by carrying long-stemmed roses that represented a drive for equality.