Bafta award: Queen described as 'most memorable Bond girl'


The Queen has received an honorary Bafta for her lifelong support of the British film and television industry.

The actor Sir Kenneth Branagh presented her with the award at a star-studded gala at Windsor Castle.

Bafta chairman John Willis described the monarch as "the most memorable Bond girl yet" - a reference to her cameo in the London Olympics opening ceremony.

Daniela Relph reports.

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