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BAFTA Awards 2019: the must-see red carpet arrivals

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From Amy Adams to Olivia Colman here’s every incredible moment from the 2019 BAFTA Awards red carpet. 

The BAFTA Awards are both a celebration of British cinema and a chance to reward the best achievements in international film-making from the past year. 

Only here at the BAFTAs do you get the chance to celebrate the work of small British indies like Beast on the same night as the work of some of Hollywood’s best and brightest on productions such as A Star is Born, Roma and BlackKklansman

Glenn Close, nominated for Best Actress in The Wife, walked the red carpet with her co-star Jonathan Price, sadly not nominated for the film. “That’s why I wanted him to be here with me tonight,” she told Dermot O’Leary on the red carpet. “Because he is my partner in this in every way.” 

Lily Collins, at the BAFTAs to present two awards, admitted that she’s only recently caught up on all the year’s Best Picture nominees. “I have binge-watching sessions,” she told Edith Bowman on the red carpet. “I recently had the flu and I watched three or four per day… I really do think my favourite is The Favourite, and also I got to spend time with Olivia Colman on Les Miserables, so I felt very connected to that.” 

Claire Foy, nominated for Best Supporting Actress for First Man, admitted that she went straight to the red carpet without eating dinner. “I’m thinking about bangers and mash,” she told Bowman. “It’s so cold!” 

Here are some of our favourite looks from the night so far. Keep checking back as the gallery updates over the evening. 

  • Amy Adams

  • Viola Davis

  • Stacy Martin

  • Barry Jenkins

  • Lucy Boynton

  • Laura Whitmore

  • Dermot O'Leary and Edith Bowman

  • Thandie Newton

  • Joseph Fiennes and Maria Dolores Dieguez

  • Sophie Harman

  • Eleanor Tomlinson

  • Gemma Whelan

  • Sandy Powell

  • Luke Evans

  • Lily Collins

  • Glenn Close

  • Millie Mackintosh

  • Zawe Ashton

  • Kate Fleetwood

  • Cynthia Erivo

  • Taron Egerton and Jamie Bell

  • Ripley Parker and Thandie Newton

  • Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis

  • Octavia Spencer

  • Richard E Grant with daughter Olivia and wife Joan

  • Richard Madden

  • Olga Kurylenko

  • Mary J Blige

  • Claire Foy

  • Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker

  • Melissa McCarthy

  • Yalitzia Aparicio

  • Chiwetel Efjiofor and Frances Aatenir

  • Laura Harrier

  • Linda Cardellini

  • Amma Asante

  • Viggo Mortensen

  • Salma Hayek

  • Timothee Chalamet

  • Mahershala Ali

  • Michelle Yeoh

  • Margot Robbie

  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

  • Letitia Wright

  • Christian Bale and Sibi Blazic

  • Olivia Colman

  • Rachel Weisz

  • Rachel Brosnahan

  • Sophie Okonedo

  • Michelle Rodriguez

  • Rami Malek

  • Bradley Cooper

  • Irina Shayk

  • Regina King

  • Riz Ahmed

  • Elizabeth Debicki

  • Cate Blanchett

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