Prince of Wales Humiliates Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Star-Studded Tea Party in LA

Nominations for the 2024 BAA Film Awards have just been revealed, setting the stage for a celebration of outstanding performances and the best films of the past year. Christopher Nolan's “Oppenheimer” comes out on top with the most nominations, positioning itself for potential wins at the upcoming awards ceremony on February 18. The event is set to take place at the Royal Festival Hall at the South Bank Center in London, with exclusive UK broadcasts on BBC 1 and BBC Player. Additionally, audiences around the world can watch the BAA Film Awards on BritBox International in the United States, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway, South Africa and Australia, and other broadcasters international events will be announced.

Despite the arrival of many American directors on the nominations list, the Meghan and Harry Netflix series did not get a place, which means that Prince Charles will not be able to attend the BAFTA ceremony. This exclusion is not surprising, given that Prince William is the president of BAFTA. Rumors are circulating that Prince Harry has asked William for permission to attend and chair the 2024 BAFTA Film Awards. Against the backdrop of the Prince of Wales focusing on his royal duties during Catherine and the King's health issues Charles, sources suggest that Meghan Markle is behind this decision. Hollywood stars are expected at the BAFTAs, which gives him the opportunity to communicate with them on the red carpet. If Princess Catherine wasn't ill, she probably would have attended the ceremony with William.

The Daily Mail reported that Prince William may miss the BAFTAs and other engagements to support his wife, who is recovering from abdominal surgery. Kensington Palace has revealed that Prince Charles will remain by his wife's side, postponing official duties including the February 18 BAFTAs, the upcoming Six Nations and various charity events. Welsh rugby team boss William could also miss Six Nations matches next month. Prince Hassan should take his place.

Last year William attended the BAFTAs, having been president of the academy since February 2010, but he may not attend this year. Recently, the Prince of Wales, without Kate, met rugby legend Rob Burrow to present him with his CBE.


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