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Helena Bonham-Carter on her BAFTA win for The King’s Speech


February 13, 2011/21.45

Celebrities braved the weather to head to the 2011 BAFTAs in London, with Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, Helena Bonham-Carter, Emma Watson and Amy Adams all offering comments from the red carpet. Nominated directors Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) and Mike Leigh (Another Year) also comment.

   The first post-win video is from Helena Bonham-Carter, wearing Vivienne Westwood, who won Best Supporting Actress for The King’s Speech.
   Bonham-Carter gave the greatest credit to her mother at her post-event interview.
   In the movie, Bonham-Carter, 44, plays Queen Elizabeth, the mother of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

   As other videos come to hand from the BAFTAs, Lucire will bring them to you.

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