The Prince of Wales attended the ceremony alone on Sunday

Prince William makes revelation about his wife Princess Kate during BAFTA outing

When Prince William attended the BAFTAs on Sunday night, he shared a glimpse of his home life with his wife, Princess Catherine.

BAFTA’s President, Prince of Wales, who arrived at the awards ceremony by himself, informed BAFTA executives that he and Catherine enjoy watching movies together at home, but this year they were unable to see as many of the nominated films as they normally could before the annual ceremony.


Prince William attended the 2024 BAFTAs on Sunday
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“I apologize for Catherine’s absence. Elaine Bedell, the chief executive of the Southbank Centre, retorted, “Yes, I remember last year about the films that you’d watched. She does love the BAFTAs,” William said.

William, 41, disclosed: “She watches with me on every one I watch. We therefore carefully go over it.

William sadly answered, “No, I’ve done the fewest I’ve ever done this year, annoyingly,” to Elaine’s question, “Do you feel you’ve watched everyone this year?” I’ve been thinking about other things, but hopefully I’ll get caught up.”

William has had a challenging few months as he has balanced his royal responsibilities, taken care of his wife after her stomach surgery last month, and watched after their three small children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.

Catherine is recuperating at Adelaide Cottage, their Windsor residence, and she won’t be expected to resume her public persona until after Easter.


Princess Kate is recovering from abdominal surgery
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Amidst King Charles’ cancer diagnosis, she undergoes surgery. “During the King’s recent hospital procedure for benign prostate enlargement, a separate issue of concern was noted,” the palace said in a statement earlier this month. A type of cancer has been identified by further diagnostic testing.”

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After receiving the news, the King seemed upbeat. He was seen waving to onlookers and grinning on Sunday while attending church with his wife, Queen Camilla, at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, where he has been recovering.

The monarch was forced to postpone his public duties, but he has continued to work on state duties and paperwork, including picking up his red boxes of official paperwork and calling Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

Charles will be experiencing a great deal of “frustration” as he is compelled to step down from some royal duties, an insider told HELLO!.


King Charles waved to crowds as he attended the Sunday service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene   Photo: © Mark Cuthbert

The source stated in last week’s magazine issue that “his overriding sense will be one of frustration that he will be letting people down because he’ll have to cancel a series of planned engagements.”

“He will be doing everything he can to take the treatment programme seriously; to get back to full fitness as soon as possible in order to minimize the amount of disruption his personal situation causes to his role as head of nation and state.”

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