King's Speech actress 'treated like royalty'

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Helena Bonham Carter is up for an Oscar for her role as the Queen Mother in The King's Speech but said she doesn't mind if she doesn't win.

The actress predicted her co-star Colin Firth will win for his role as King George VI.

Speaking to the BBC's Rajesh Mirchandani, she said people have begun to treat her differently since playing a member of the Royal family.

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