BAFTAs 2018: Cressida Bonas supported the Time’s Up movement in a black Armani gown


Cressida Bonas, 29, the ex girlfriend of Prince Harry, 33, wore a black tiered gown to the BAFTAs this evening.

She was one of a number of celebrities who wore black to the BAFTAs, in solidarity with the Time’s Up movement.

The anti-sexual harassment movement asked guests to wear black in protest on the red carpet, as they did at the Golden Globes.

The skirt of the spangled dress was made up of a series of tiers, which gave the skirt an elegant movement. 

The bodice of the dress was decorated with a pink and green sequinned design which added glamour.

The top of the gown was straight cut and held up by twin simple spaghetti straps. 

On her feet she wore peep toe black heels in a simple style, which added inches of height to her frame.

She wore statement drop tassell earrings which brushed her shoulders, and a statement gem ring.

Her nails were worn short and painted black, while her makeup was equally simple.

She wore nude lipstick, a hint of black eyeliner and a sheer foundation which added a healthy glow. 

A hint of shimmer was visible around her eyes and on her cheekbones to bring out her features.

Her hair was cut in a long bob style, and worn in tousled blonde waves which fell over her shoulders and were parted on one side.

While Cressida’s ex boyfriend Prince Harry, 33, did not attend the awards, Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, 35, attended the BAFTAs awards.

Kate wore a stunning forest green Jenny Packham gown with a sweetheart neck, which showed off her baby bump.

Kate did not wear black, due to royal protocol it is believed, but she did wear a dark colour which showed solidarity with the Time’s Up movement.

She accessorised with an emerald and diamond necklace, and wore her hair in glossy brunette curls..



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