After picking up a joint gong for Outstanding Contribution To British Film, the young stars of the Harry Potter movies celebrated with a few too many magic potions at the aftershow party.
Caner Rupert Grint looked decidedly worse for wear as he left the Weinstein Company’s bash at London’s W Hotel at 4am.
And Emma Watson would have needed an extra strong spell to keep her eyes open as she clambered into a waiting car for a snooze.
Helena Bonham Carter, who was awarded the Best Supporting Actress gong for her performance in The King’s Speech, toasted her win with a few glasses of bubbly.
She mingled with her Harry Potter co-stars Emma and Rupert, before crashing out on top of hubby Tim Burton.
And former caner Sarah Harding, who I thought had calmed down since moving to the country and settling down with fiance Tom Crane, was back on form.
She was all smiles as she headed for home with a male pal in the early hours of the morning.
Ronnie Wood, Lily Cole and Paul McCartney were among the other stars at the party.
Helena’s co-winner Colin Firth, named Best Actor for his portrayal of stammering monarch George VI in The King’s Speech, chose to attend a Grey Goose Vodka party at the Grosvenor House Hotel with wife Livia.
He was joined by rapper Plan B and actor Kevin Spacey.
by Helena Bryanlith