PRINCE WILLIAM had front row seats for Sunday's (Feb 16) Baftas, which is no surprise for someone who is president of the awards ceremony.
Yet British rapper Tinie Tempah did manage to surprise the king in-waiting during his live performance where he took a stroll among the seated audience and offered the prince a high-five touch.
William, who attended along with his wife Kate Middleton, did no disappoint and returned the high-five straight back, not leaving Tempah hanging like a chump.
The Baftas proved successful for Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave which claimed best film on the night, with its star man Chiwetel Ejiofor winning the best leading actor gong.
By Bart Chan