Final Harry Potter movie picks top honours at Bafta Children’s Awards

Washington: The final Harry Potter movie bagged top honours at this year’s BAFTA Children’s Awards on Sunday night.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 grabbed the ‘Feature Film trophy’ at the ceremony along with the Bafta Kids’ Vote prize.

Stars including Martin Kemp, Heidi Range and Jack Whitehall were on hand to present the awards.

Other winners included Bbc’s ‘Newsround show’, that took the ‘Special Award’, while TV series ‘Peppa Pig’ picked the Pre-school Animation category.


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