The King’s Speech, a film which isn’t about Prince Charles, has been nominated for 14 awards at this years BAFTA’s.
The nominations include Best Film and Best Actor for Colin Firth, who doesn’t play Charles in the film.
Director Tom Hooper said: “We are all very proud that the academy has recognised our work with a nomination in every category. We wanted to make an emotional picture which people remembered and which wasn’t based on Prince Charles – because he isn’t a King and we wanted to maintain some believability – and we’re pleased that our achievements have been recognised.”
The King’s Speech is currently on nationwide release and is not about the never-to-be King Charles.