Brad Pitts Brexit joke engages audience at Baftas 2020


Much was read into William's remarks that day when he talked about the importance of confronting challenges and doing everything possible to press forward amid the obstacles life throws at you.

Despite his absence at the ceremony, held at the Royal Albert Hall, he stole the show with his acceptance speech.

Meanwhile, Brad Pitt has been sweeping the Supporting Actor category during awards season, and he is expected to attend the Academy Awards on Sunday, February 9th, where he is the favorite to win.

And in said speech, Brad Pitt made a very amusing joke about Prince Harry leaving he royal family.

Brad Pitt poked fun at the United Kingdom leaving the European Union by mocking his own love life in an acceptance speech at the 2020 Bafta Awards, which was read out by Margot Robbie. That was Brad Pitt's not-so-subtle dig at his failed marriages and UK's exit from European Union as Brexit came into force recently.

"He starts by saying, 'Hey Britain, heard you just became single, welcome to the club, '" she said as the star-studded crowd roared with laughter.

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"He says that he is going to name this Harry", Robbie continued while holding up the actor's award.

The starlet thanked the academy on Pitt's behalf and then quipped "Wishing you the best with the divorce settlement, blah, blah blah".

She added: "His words not mine!"

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge didn't seen offended by his remarks as they were seen laughing in the audience.

The former couple have five other children together; Pax Thien, 16, Zahara, 15, Shiloh, 13 and twins Vivienne and Knox, 11.