The Best BAFTA Television Awards Looks: Red Carpet And Winners | Fashion News
Britain’s biggest TV stars were reunited together at London’s Royal Festival Hall for the BAFTA TV Awards 2019 on Sunday, with famous faces gracing the red carpet yesterday, including Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly who joined the event to see which shows and stars would take home a gong.
After the red carpet proceedings, the stars of British TV were hosted in the beautiful theatre, and as was expected from its numerous nomination, Killing Eve, written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, picked up three awards, two in the acting categories for Fiona Shaw as supporting actress and Jodie Comer as leading actress, and best drama series.
Another big winner was Benedict Cumberbatch, who won best actor for his drama Patrick Melrose, which was also named best mini-series. The Sherlock star, who received his first of seven previous Bafta nominations in 2005 but hasn’t won until now, told the audience: “Oh gosh, I think I’m going to fall over, I’m very used to being a bridesmaid not the bride”.
Here you can find some pictures of the stars hitting the red carpet.
Jodie Comer and Benedict Cumberbatch with their awards for leading actress and leading actor.
Emma Corrin was recently cast as a young Princess Diana in The Crown Season 3.
Keeley Hawes and Matthew Macfadyen, the star of Bodyguard poses with her actor husband.
Ncuti Gawa and Emma Mackey, the stars of Netflix’s Sex Education pose together at the BAFTA Television Awards.
Rochelle Humes, the British performer wears a sheer gown at the BAFTAs.
Benedict Cumberbatch, who won best actor for drama serial Patrick Melrose, with his wife, the theatre and opera director Sophie Hunter.
Daisy May Cooper, who writes and stars in comedy series This Country, wore a bin bag dress and donated the money she would have spent to a food bank.