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Trying to drop a hint, Christine? Ms Bleakley arrives at National Movie Awards in bridal-style white lace dress as she poses with Frank Lampard


Drama - The Kingís Speech
Comedy - Paul
Fantasy - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I
Animation - Tangled
Must See Movie Of The Summer - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

Performance of the Year - Colin Firth (The Kingís Speech)

One To Watch: Brits Going Global - Jamie Campbell Bower

Screen Icon - Johnny Depp

Special Recognition - The Kingís Speech

She said recently she hasn't been dating Frank Lampard long enough to start thinking about marriage.
But Christine Bleakley certainly seemed to be dropping hints for her footballer beau as she arrived at the L'Oreal Paris National Movie Awards wearing a white lacy dress, similar in style to the Alexander McQueen gown Kate Middleton wore when she married Prince William.
The 32-year-old star looked stunning in the Dolce & Gabbana dress, which she teamed with a pair of black Christian Louboutin heels and a ***y side swept hairstyle.

Trying to drop a hint? Christine Bleakley wore a bridal-style white lace dress as she arrived at the National Movie Awards with boyfriend Frank Lampard

Red carpet style: Christine teamed her white Dolce & Gabbana dress with a pair of black Christian Louboutin heels

Christine, who presented the National Movie Awards on ITV, spoke recently about her future with Lampard, admitting she wasn't sure if marriage was on the cards.
She said: 'People keep asking when heís going to ask me to marry him. But Iím the last person who should know that.

'We went to Paris for two days a few weeks ago and suddenly it was, ďLook, theyíre ring shopping.Ē No, we werenít and he certainly hasnít asked.

Quick change: After her red carpet appearance, Christine changed into three more dresses for the rest of the show

'Weíve only been seeing each other a year and a half, which isnít long enough for me.'
However, Christine added: 'I canít imagine not being with Frank, and Iíd like to enjoy being married to him for a while before having children. Frank would have more tomorrow, but he knows Iím not ready for it.í
Following her walk down the red carpet, Christine changed into a stunning figure-hugging red dress as she began presenting the ITV coverage.

Date night: Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton were another celebrity couple to attend the event

Relaxing: Nicole and Lewis looked as though they were enjoying themselves at the event

She then decided to showcase her sense of style in a further two dresses - a mint green pleated number and a tight knee-length dress.

Other couples to arrive at the ceremony included Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton, who made their first red carpet appearance in a while at the event, held at London's Wembley Arena.
Don't Hold Your Breath singer Nicole wowed in a pretty nude dress and matching sky-high heels, while Hamilton looked smart in his grey three-piece suit.

Short and sweet: Eliza Doolittle arrived in a super-short Missoni dress and huge red heels

Screen stars: (Left to right) Jodie Whittaker, Mandy Moore and Georgie Henley all glammed up for the occasion

Nicole spoke recently about her figure, and while she looked stunning on the red carpet, she said she has 'gained a few pounds'.
She told Glamour magazine: 'Iíve grown as a woman to just accept myself. Youíre not going to feel great all the time Ė so youíve just not got to be hard on yourself.

'Right now Iíve probably gained a few pounds, but itís OK because at the right time Iíll lose a couple of pounds. When I put my mind to it, I hit the gym.'
Take That opened the night's entertainment with a performance of their never-before-heard single Love, Love - taken from the upcoming X-Men: First Class.

Full-length glamour: Singers Dame Shirley Bassey and X Factor reject Katie Waissel went for all black outfits

Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald were joined on stage by a group of dancers as they performed the bass-thumping track.
But the song didn't go down too well with viewers, with many taking to Twitter to voice their disappointment over the record.
One viewers tweeted: 'Take that are massiveeeee let downs, what the hell is this? and robbie williams just ruins everything.'

Boys will be boys: JLS stars (left to right) Jonathan "JB" Gill, Marvin Humes, Oritse Williams and Aston Merrygold pose on the red carpet

Suited and booted: Inbetweeners stars Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas and Simon Bird look smart

While another added: 'What the chuff happened to Take That's songs when Robbie came back? Awful!'
The first award of the evening was for Best Comedy film, presented by The Inbetweeners stars Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas and Simon Bird.
After shamelessly plugging their own movie, the trio gave the award to Paul, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's alien comedy.

Opening the show: Take That kicked the evening's events off with a performance of their new single Love Love

Men in black: The boys pose up for photographers ahead of their performance

Dame Shirley Bassey was next to take to the stage, ready to present the award for Best Drama.
And the winner was The King's Speech, with Geoffrey Rush accepting the award along with director Tom Hooper and the film's producers.
Explaining star Colin Firth's absence, Rush said: 'Colin Firth sends his apologies. He is off shooting a light comedy, which is a form of therapy I guess.'
And when Hooper took the microphone, he joked: 'I would like to thank the Queen and the Royal Family for thoughtfully arranging the Royal Wedding the Friday before the release of The King's Speech DVD.'

Winners: Nick Frost and Simon Pegg accept the Best Comedy Award for their alien movie Paul

Speech time: Mandy Moore accepts the Best Animation award for Tangled, while Dame Shirley Bassey presented the prize for Best Drama

After an exclusive clip of Cars 2, Lewis Hamilton, who makes a cameo in the movie, presented the award for Best Animation to Disney's Tangled.
And, accepting the award was one of the film's main voice characters, Mandy Moore, who looked incredible in a long moss green dress.

But after the diminutive Hamilton had spoken into the microphone, statuesque Mandy had to stoop down to accept the prize.

Performers: JLS got one of the biggest screams of the night when they performed their new single Eyes Wide Shut

Victory: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I producers David Heyman, David Barron and actress Bonnie Wright

James McAvoy was up next, presenting the Best Fantasy prize to Bonnie Wright for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
JLS were the next performers of the evening, performing their new track Eyes Wide Shut.
Alice Eve took to the stage next to present the award for the L'oreal Paris Performance of the Year award to Colin Firth for The King's Speech.
But while Colin couldn't be there, he requested his two on-screen daughters from the film, Freya Wilson and Ramona Marquez, collect the award on his behalf.

Excited: Colin Firth's on-screen daughters from The King's Speech, Ramona Marquez (left) and Freya Wilson, accepted the Performance of the Year award on his behalf

Tribute: Keith Richards record a special video messages Screen Icon winner Johnny Depp
Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick presented the Must-See Movie of the Summer award to Bonnie Wright and the film's producers for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II.
Geoffrey Rush returned to the stage to present the Screen Icon award to Johnny Depp.
Talking about Depp, Rush said: 'Johnny Depp is so cool. He can come to rehearsal in a crazed blouse and a bit of mismatched jewellery and he can look hip - I would look like my mother.'

Success: Eliza Doolittle and Lloyd Wade performed their huge hit Pack Up

Here come the boys: James Corden and James McAvoy were among the guest presenters for the evening

And Depp's other Pirates co-star Geoffrey Rush recorded a special tribute video message in honour of the actor.


Drama - The Kingís Speech
Comedy - Paul
Fantasy - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I
Animation - Tangled
Must See Movie Of The Summer - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

Performance of the Year - Colin Firth (The Kingís Speech)

One To Watch: Brits Going Global - Jamie Campbell Bower

Screen Icon - Johnny Depp

Special Recognition - The Kingís Speech

In the message, which had been interspersed with footage of Johnny's most famous films, Richards said: 'There ain't another movie star who comes close to this guy. And to think that he didn't even start off as an actor first of all. That's my boy.'
And, as Depp was unable to attend, he recorded a message of thanks for viewers, calling the award a 'sublime honour'.
Eliza Doolittle was the third musical performance of the evening, and changed out of her Missoni dress into a pink crop top and blue pleated skirt.
James Corden was next up, treating viewers to a glimpse of which films to look forward to during the rest of the year.
Gwyneth Paltrow was next to take to the stage, presenting the Special Recognition Award to The King's Speech.
Accepting the award, director Tom Hooper said: 'This isn't the first award we have received for The King's Speech and of all those presenters, I have to say a special thanks to Gwyneth Paltrow for presenting this award.'

In honour: Geoffrey Rush collected the Screen Icon award on behalf of his Pirates of the Caribbean co-star Johnny Depp

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