It was a proud night for the British film industry as The King's Speech picked up seven awards at the BAFTAs last night, including Best Film, Best Actor (Colin Firth), Supporting Actor (Geoffrey Rush) and Supporting Actress (Helena Bonham-Carter).
Other winners of the evening included a pregnant and glowing Natalie Portman, who picked up the Best Actress gong and continued her reign as this season's lead actress to beat.
The Best Director prize went to The Social Network's David Fincher, while the Orange Rising Star Award was bestowed on Inception's Tom Hardy. The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo won the foreign language film prize, and Toy Story 3 picked up the honour of top animated film.
Among the awards we were most excited about were Best Makeup and Hair and Best Costume Design, which both went to Alice in Wonderland.
For more on the BAFTAs, check out some of the beauty trends we spotted on the red carpet.
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