Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to attend the 2023 BAFTA Film Awards after a two-year hiatus

Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton have been confirmed as attendees at this year’s BAFTA Film Awards.

William, who is also president of BAFTA, will watch the show with Kate before meeting category winners and EE Rising Star Award nominees after the show, the organization said.

The Prince of Wales has been president of BAFTA since 2010 and traditionally attends the ceremony with his wife. However, the pair missed out on the last two BAFTA Film Awards.

In 2021, Prince William did not attend and was scheduled to give a speech via video, but changed his plans after the death of his grandfather, Prince Philip. Last year, the royal couple did not attend due to what the palace described as “diary restrictions”.

This year’s BAFTA ceremony will take place on February 19 at the Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank Center and will be broadcast on BBC One and iPlayer in the UK.

Actor Richard E. With Grant set to host, while British presenter Alison Hammond will lead the BAFTA studios, a new behind-the-scenes stream has been launched for this year’s ceremony.

This year’s event will be the first to be held at the Royal Festival Hall. The BAFTAs were previously staged at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Also new this year, the ceremony will conclude with a live broadcast of the final four categories for the first time in BAFTA history. In previous years, the event has been pre-recorded and broadcast on delay.

Netflix’s German-language World War I drama All is quiet on the Western Front leads the nominations this year with 14 nods, including Best Film, Director and Adapted Screenplay nods.

all calm equaling the previous record set by Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon For the most nominations for a non-English language film in BAFTA history. All Quiet also clocked the most BAFTA noms for an individual film King’s Speech In 2011, the number was 14.

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