List of Bafta winners.
With her newly dyed blonde crop and a floor length red carpet gown, Carey Mulligan looked every inch a Hollywood star as she arrived for the prestigious BAFTA awards ceremony on Sunday evening.
And her status as the film world's hottest new talent was further cemented when the British 24-year-old beat off competition from Meryl Streep and Audrey Tautou to win this year's best actress award.
London-born Carey was honoured on her home turf for her role in An Education, in which she stars as a 1960s schoolgirl seduced by an older man.
Presented with her trophy by
Incredible though it sounds, this erstwhile prison, built in 1917, is a place you'd really want to escape to, not from. When you look a little closer, it makes more sense, as nothing has been left to chance when it comes to the delights in store behind the neoclassical façade. The building exterior preserves the original colour and the large, arched windows but the interior has been completely renovated with some of the most interesting architectural details being retained, including the guard towers, the prison governor's office and the marble staircase leading to the courtyard. Ottoman style, complemented with
On July 25, 2009, Bethan Edwards and Andrew Bevan married at the St Pierre Hotel & Country Club, Chepstow.
The occasion was full of music and laughter, with the couple calling it "the best day of our lives".
And it was followed by more fun as the pair jetted off to both mainland USA and Hawaii for a dream honeymoon.
Last September, Emily and Adam Randall tied the knot at Farrington Golf Club in Somerset.
Aside from a less-than-perfect speech by the groom and a mishap involving the bride's gown and some Buck's Fizz, the pair said they wouldn't have wanted their big day to have been any different.
The newlyweds wanted to thank all of their family and friends for taking part in their special day. Without them, they said, it wouldn't have been
List of Bafta winners.
With so many stars gathering at London's Royal Opera House, fans lining the red carpet at the Baftas were spoilt for choice as a who's who of famous faces made their arrival.
But it was not a leading lady or indeed a silver screen hunk who received the biggest cheer on the night – that honour went to none other than Prince William.
The down-to-earth royal ignored the cold conditions to have his photo taken with his many female admirers as he made his debut at the annual awards event.
He was in attendance as part of his new
Through works that include his ethereal London landscapes and the unforgettable representations of his garden at Giverny, where he spent the last forty years of his life, the display - open to the public until May 30th - examines how a lifelong obsession and determination to capture his observations of nature on canvas led Claude Monet to blur pictorial representation and brought him to the threshold of abstraction.
The exhibition goes still further, and delves into the past to show how, in the middle of last century, a younger generation of American and European abstract painters rediscovered Monet's art, recognised
Italy's most famous new residents, the Jolie-Pitt family have been spotted enjoying the sights – and sweet treats – of Venice since Brad and Angelina relocated their brood there earlier this month.
And on Sunday the clan were snapped taking a trip down the city's Grand Canal – albeit with an extra person on board.
After years of estrangement, Angelina's father, actor Jon Voight, was pictured in the company of his daughter as the family headed out for the excursion, suggesting the pair have now reconciled.
It is the first time that the Hollywood beauty and her dad have been photographed
As Cheryl Cole comes to terms with the latest blow to her marriage, she has a number of friends to turn to, not least her Girls Aloud band mates and mother Joan.
And as HELLO! reports, the beautiful brunette is also being supported by music executive and fellow X Factor judge Simon Cowell.
In this week's issue – number 1112 – there is a special report on what is next for Cheryl, who will soon return from LA, and how Simon has become a tower of strength to the singer.
Also in the magazine, there is an exclusive chat with the
Well it looks like eyeliner is still a girl’s most fashion forward friend; underlining eyes were the most prominent feature when Paul Costelloe kicked off London Fashion Week on Friday.
Make-up artist Attracta Courtney went for ‘a feminine look with a futuristic edge’ with Guerlain cosmetics, focusing on elongated, dark, smoky eyes, emboldened with layer upon layer of mascara, against a background of pale, flawless skin and pale lips to ensure the eyes really stand out.
Attracta used Guerlain Ombre Eclat Duo & Liner, £30.50 – two eyeshadows and a liner in L’Heure de Nuit with Eye Pencil, £13.50, in black.
Best film - The Hurt Locker
Best actress - Carey Mulligan, An Education
Best actor - Colin Firth, A Single Man
Best director - Kathryn Bigelow, The Hurt Locker
Best supporting actress - Mo'Nique, Precious
Best supporting actor - Christoph Waltz, Inglourious Basterds
Rising star award - Kristen Stewart
Outstanding British film - Fish Tank
Animated film - Up
Original screenplay award - Mark Boal, The Hurt Locker
Academy Fellowship - Vanessa