British actress Helen Mirren poses with the academy fellowship award at the BAFTA British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Opera House in London on February 16, 2014. AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT
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British film queen Helen Mirren on Sunday thanked her former teacher after receiving Bafta's highest accolade from Prince William at a glittering ceremony in London on Sunday.Mirren, who has played Queen Elizabeth II on stage and film, fittingly received the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Fellowship from the monarch's grandson, in honour of her 50-year career.Mirren later said backstage that William had been "charming".Mirren has won one Oscar, for her 2006 portrayal of Elizabeth II in The Queen, and has also won four Baftas, three Golden Globes and four Emmy Awards during a distinguished career spanning almost half a century.
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