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2010 BAFTAs Red Carpet: Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and More

February 22, 2010 (2:32 am) GMT
Young stars from the 'Twilight' couple to Carey Mulligan stunned at the event held on Sunday, February 21, braving the cold weather in London caused by the constant rain.
2010 BAFTAs Red Carpet: Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and More

On-screen lovers and attended 2010 BAFTA Awards in London, England separately. He wore a standard tuxedo combined with slim tie while she arrived against the British weather in a white strapless mini dress with beads details. Unlike some men at the event, Pattinson's hair was unkempt and unlike some women at the same event, Stewart did not wear any jewelry.

Those who dressed to impress were the young actresses, and . The former with her super short hair, boasted her shoulder with a floral-print dress by Vionnet. "I have just tried to twirl but I ended up wrapping myself up," she said as quoted by The Sun. The latter stood out among the crowd with her bright yellow ruffled dress by Pucci.

Meanwhile, who was recognized as the child actress in "Harry Potter" series, stunned the onlookers with her plunging neckline. shone in a peach sleeveless gown which made her shiver. "It's colder than the Golden Globes! They happen in Los Angeles, and the BAFTAs happen in London in winter," she said.

In the guys side, there was not much of a variation for many of them like James Cameron, , and opted bow tie with suits.





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