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Why the room fell silent for Kate and William at the BAFTAs 2019

Kate made an angelic appearance wearing a white, one-shoulder McQueen gown and glittery Jimmy Choo heels.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant on Sunday night (10 February), as she stepped out with Prince William in a stunning white gown for the 2019 BAFTAs in London.

To accessorize for the British Academy Awards, Kate chose Princess Diana's Diamond and South Sea Pearl earrings.

The royal couple sat in the front row for the star-studded awards ceremony and greeted some of the night's winners, including best actress victor Olivia Coleman, who is also an Oscar nominee for her portrayal of Queen Anne in The Favourite.

The elegant dress Kate Middleton made a stylish hairstyle and ideal makeup.

The handsome jewels were the ideal finishing touch to Kate's embellished dress and took centre stage thanks to her elegant up-do.

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Kate has previously accompanied William twice to the BAFTAs.

While some people on social media referred to their entrance as "awkward", it's not the first time the room has fell silent upon a royal arrival.

For three consecutive years, Prince William and Kate Middleton will join the guests of the event and join us in congratulating the winners.

The Duke, who is also President of BAFTA, turned to Kate and said: "Let's sit quickly", while Kate said: "It's so quiet!"

Broadchurch star Olivia Coleman was awarded with the gong for Best Actress for The Favourite, while Rachel Weisz bagged Best Supporting Actress.

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