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.
Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traded in their royal roots for a night of glitz and glam at the 2019 Baftas.
The mum-of-three also wore Princess Diana's diamond and south sea pearl dangle earrings, with an equally exquisite diamond bracelet.
The Duchess went for an nearly bridal look, donning a sweeping, one-shoulder white gown by her favourite designer Alexander McQueen.
They were greeted at the entrance by the Royal Albert Hall's chief executive Craig Hassall before making their way to their seats.
The elegant dress Kate Middleton made a stylish hairstyle and flawless makeup.
Sunday, February 10, in London, came well-known Hollywood actors to compete for the prestigious BAFTA movie awards-2019.
The entire crowd rose to their feet to welcome the royal couple into the ceremony, which was presented by actress Joanna Lumley, and stayed silent as they made their way down to their places in the front row of the auditorium.
Prince William joined Kate looking dapper in a traditional tuxedo.
Meanwhile, at the BAFTA Awards, The Favourite dominated the list of winners while Roma took home the top two prizes - Best Film and Best Director - of the evening.
Broadchurch star Olivia Coleman was awarded with the gong for Best Actress for The Favourite, while Rachel Weisz bagged Best Supporting Actress.
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