Thursday 21 September 2017

Angela Scanlon gets the royal treatment at BAFTA bash in Kensington Palace

Angela Scanlon attends the Audi EE British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party, at Kensington Palace
Angela Scanlon attends the Audi EE British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party, at Kensington Palace
Angela Scanlon attends the EE British Academy Awards nominees party at Kensington Palace
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

Rising star Angela Scanlon enjoyed the royal treatment last night.

The stylist turned presenter landed an exclusive invitation to the official pre-BAFTA nominees bash at Kensington Palace, rubbing shoulders with A-listers from around the world.

The digital reporter for The Voice UK put on a stylish show in an electric pink suit by Pallas Paris, with accessories by LK Bennett.

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The run-up to tonight's BAFTAs has proven fruitful for the host, who has attended a number of VIP parties, hosted by Audi and InStyle, in addition to her turn at the National Television Awards.

At last night's bash, nominees Reese Witherspoon, Keira Knightley, Amy Adams and newlyweds  Elliot Spencer and Stephen Fry among others.

Angela (32) recently revealed she 'fell into' her television career, having worked as one of Ireland's top stylists for a number of years before moving to the UK last year.

“I love fashion and I always have and it sort of became a job accidentally – it was never something I dreamt about doing and now doing TV feels slightly accidental too," she said.

Angela Scanlon attends the EE British Academy Awards nominees party at Kensington Palace
Angela Scanlon attends the EE British Academy Awards nominees party at Kensington Palace

“I feel more at home in telly than in fashion but obviously I still get to wear whatever I like and have fun with it when I’m presenting.

“I just love the variety and the broadness of working in TV, whether it’s travel, documentaries or entertainment."

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