On Sunday, BBC Radio presenter & BAFTA Council member, Clemency Burton-Hill walked the red carpet at the BAFTAs, taking a stand for #timesup in a black Seraphine maternity dress.
We have the behind the scenes scoop!
Watch Clemency’s BAFTAs Video
Watch the video & go behind the scenes with Clemency as she prepares for the evening, & steps out on the red carpet.
She also shares her take on the powerful #timesup movement & why she chose to wear black this year in support.
Clemency’s dress comes from our Luxe Collection of evening dresses. The style featured a flattering A-line skirt in silk with a feminine lace bodice & a stunning jewelled belt to highlight her empire waist.
And of course, like many other women at this year’s awards, Clemency chose to wear black in support of #timesup, combatting sexual harassment and discrimination within the entertainment industry and the wider community.
We here at Seraphine are fully behind the movement & respect the courage shown by everyone who wore black this year.
As a member of the BAFTA Council, actress, musician & author Clemency is one of the industry insiders who vote to determine the outcome of the Awards.
She is also mum to a 3-year-old son, and currently 35 weeks pregnant with her next little one.
On top of all this, Clemency has recently released a book! The Year of Wonder is a beautiful compendium of classical music, from medieval to modern day – one piece for every day of the year.
The book was inspired by her experiences with miscarriage, and the music which helped her to cope and re-discover the little everyday joys in life.
To hear more from Clemency, follow her on Instagram @Clemencybh