The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were left in fits of laughter after an exchange with a fan at the BAFTA Awards 2020 on Sunday. Prince William and Kate walked the red carpet at London's Royal Albert Hall, with the Duchess wearing a white and gold embroidered Alexander McQueen gown and stunning Van Cleef & Arpels jewellery.
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One well-wisher told Kate "You look beautiful," while another quickly added "So do you Will!" to which the royal couple reacted with a roar of laughter. Guests at the BAFTAs were encouraged to rewear an outfit or a sustainable alternative. The Duchess honoured this by wearing her Alexander McQueen gown first seen at the state dinner in Malaysia on the Cambridges' diamond jubilee tour in 2012. The Duke also wore a repeat tux.
This year marked Kate's fourth year at the awards ceremony after making her debut in 2017. William, who has been President of BAFTA since 2010, presented the Fellowship award to film producer Kathleen Kennedy, who has produced Star Wars movies, including The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi and Rogue One, as well as Jurassic Park, ET The Extra Terrestrial and the Back to the Future trilogy.
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William and Kate wore repeat outfits for the BAFTAs
It's been a busy week for the royal couple, who have carried out a number of engagements. William and Kate attended the UK Holocaust Memorial Day service in Westminster on Monday and then the following day, the Duchess attended a creative arts workshop at Evelina London children's hospital. Kate stepped out to serve breakfast to nursery school children in London on Wednesday, as part of the launch of her early childhood survey and on Thursday, William visited Everton in the Community in support of his Heads Up campaign.
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