Declan Donnelly dons workout gear for a brisk walk in London the morning after scooping Best Presenter award with Ant McPartlin for the 20th time
The TV host wore black Nike shorts and matching cotton hoodie as he strolled across a bridge in blue trainers, with his white socks pulled up.
Walking it off: Declan Donnelly donned workout gear for a brisk walk in west London on Friday, the morning after scooping Best Presenter for the 20th time at the National Television Awards
Dec puffed his cheeks as he walked at a quick pace, with a black cap atop his head and a facemask slung beneath his chin.
The great and the good of British television gathered at London‘s 02 Arena for the star-studded awards show the night before.
Ant and Dec looked both elated and stunned as their names were read out as winners of Best Presenter amid huge cheers from the audience.
The Geordie duo beat off competition from the likes of Piers Morgan, Holly Willoughby, Alison Hammond and Bradley Walsh to win the coveted gong once more.
Getting his steps in: The TV host wore black Nike shorts and matching cotton hoodie as he strolled across a bridge in blue trainers, with his white socks pulled up
Taking to the stage with his co-star, Ant McPartlin said: ‘Thank you very much indeed’, before going on to recall that the first time they won the award in 2001, Tony Blair was Prime Minister and Newcastle United were qualifying for the Champion’s League.
He went on to add: ‘I’m shaking. You have no idea how special this is.’
Dec then added that the award is ‘pretty overwhelming’, before thanking their wives for their support.
He continued: ‘When you get to 20, you cant help but look back at first one, so much has changed in lives, but one thing hasn’t changed it how unbelievably grateful we are to you for voting.’
We did it! Ant and Dec scooped the Best Presenter gong for an epic 20th time in a row at the National Television Awards on Thursday night
The duo’s proud wives Anne-Marie Corbett and Ali Astall looked on from the audience as their partner’s gave their speech.
Speaking in the winner’s room later, Ant said: ’20 years, it’s a long time and to get up there tonight and to be voted for so much has happened and the public are still voting for us it means the absolute world.
‘It’s the biggest privilege to be on air and put a smile on people’s faces while going through an awful time.’
While Dec remarked: ‘In the category, the calibre was so high, three other candidates who deserved it! (Jokingly referring to one of those not being Piers Morgan, who was also up for the same gong).
Chuffed: Ant later said: ’20 years, it’s a long time and to get up there tonight and to be voted for so much has happened and the public are still voting for us it means the absolute world’