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Prince William and Kate’s BAFTA event sold out

By Sean O’Connell Prince William and his beautiful bride, Kate Middleton, are attending the BAFTA’s “Brits to Watch” dinner in Los Angeles on July 9, and several major studios are paying big money to watch what happens.

Warner Bros., Disney, Fox and Universal already bought tables for the black-tie event, spending $25,000 per, according to THR. Tickets to the event “were offered only to studios, networks, talent agencies and video game companies” that want to be introduced to “42 young-ish British talents (names have not been released) who have been chosen by BAFTA to meet and hob-nob influential executives and agents,” the trade reports.

According to reps, the BAFTA event essentially is “sold out,” meaning the July 9 dinner at the Belasco Theater in L.A. will be a see-and-be-seen event that befits the Royals.

“A lot of photos are going to come out of this event,” one organizer confirmed.

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