After the half-term week with their kids, the Prince and Princess of Wales are planning a very fancy date night.
Prince William and Princess Catherine will attend the EE BAFTA Film Awards ceremony on February 19 at the Royal Festival Hall, according to Kensington Palace.
Before meeting category winners and EE Rising Star Award nominees, William and Catherine will watch the awards presentation.
Catherine first attended the star-studded event with the Prince in 2017, who has been the President of BAFTA since 2010.
Due to “diary constraints,” the couple was unable to attend the ceremony last year, but William appeared virtually in a special video message.
The Princess has previously dazzled in a variety of jaw-dropping ensembles at the Awards, including an Alexander McQueen floral bardot dress and a white one-shoulder gown.
What are the BAFTAs?
The EE BAFTA Film Awards honor the extraordinary talent, skills, and craft of the film industry each year. This year’s Awards will conclude for the first time with a live broadcast of the final four categories, allowing viewers to witness the nominees’ and winners’ reactions in real-time.
BAFTA is a leading independent arts charity that supports the development of creative talent in the UK and around the world while bringing the best work in games, television, and film to the public’s attention.
Regardless of their background or situation, BAFTA is committed to spotting talented people and making sure they get the professional guidance and support they need to succeed. The nonprofit organization offers an annual international program of educational initiatives, including scholarships and mentoring programs.
When can you watch the BAFTAs?
On Sunday, February 19, at 7 p.m., BBC 1 and BBC iPlayer will begin airing the EE BAFTA Film Awards.