Kate Middleton and Prince William will attend the 2017 BAFTAs ceremony in February, the royal couple has confirmed their attendance at the annual prestigious event. Kate and William will be glad to take part in the ceremony, the host of which will be legendary Stephen Fry.
Kate Middleton and Prince William made their fans happy when announced their attending at the forthcoming BAFTA awards ceremony. It will be broadcast on BBC One Sunday 12 February.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known for their strong support of the British art and culture, so, attendance of the royals at the important and prestigious BAFTA ceremony is pretty logical. It is worth to note that this year’s event will be hosted by Stephen Fry, that is another great news!
BAFTA’s release was issued by on Friday, it says that Prince William has served as president of BAFTA since 2010, and Middleton will walk the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall and attend the awards ceremony. William will also present the BAFTA Fellowship, the academy’s lifetime achievement award.
BAFTA 2017, red carpet, details of the ceremony
The BAFTA 2017 red carpet will be live streamed on Facebook between 5-7pm on February 12, the British actor Stephen Fry will host the ceremony and young royals will be present at the important event. According to Amanda Berry OBE:
“The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are fantastic supporters of BAFTA. We very much look forward to welcoming Their Royal Highnesses at the EE British Academy Film Awards,”
The Chief Executive of BAFTA is very proud of the support of Kate and William who made a lot of for strengthening the art and culture in the Great Britain.