Holly Willoughby revealed she had a "dreamy" night as she celebrated her I'm A Celebrity TV BAFTA win with her big sister Kelly.
This Morning star Holly, 38, stepped in for Ant McPartlin to present the last series of the popular reality show, which scooped the Best Reality & Constructed Factual Award at the event, held at the Royal Festival Hall.
Ahead of the ceremony, Kelly, 40, shared a selfie of herself and Holly and said: "BAFTA sisters. Good luck @hollywilloughby."
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And it seems as if the pair had plenty of fun at the awards do.
Holly shared a picture of the siblings backstage with the star's BAFTA and said: "Just dreamy sharing tonight's @bafta with my sister @ladywilloughby."
The TV host also said it was good to be reunited with I'm A Celebrity star Medic Bob. She added: "Miss that dude."
Bob, real name Bob McCarron, had jetted over especially for the ceremony and joined the cast and crew – including Declan Donnelly and Ant McPartlin – to collect the award.
Later on in the evening, Kelly took to Instagram to share a fun shot of herself holding the BAFTA mask up to her face. She joked: "I thank you."
Holly looked stunning at the ceremony, with the star earlier sharing a full-length picture of herself and details of her outfit.
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She wore a beautiful floor-length midnight blue tulle gown by Maria Lucia Hohan. She completed the look with Sophia Webster heels, Boodles earrings and a Stephen Webster bracelet.
While Holly found fame in front of the camera, her elder sister is a successful author who has also worked in TV production.
The TV star has previously admitted there is no sibling rivalry between the sisters, telling You magazine they are "best friends".
Holly added: "We talk six or seven times a day and, because we've never chased the same dream or wanted the same thing, there's a complete lack of competitiveness with each other."
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We talk six or seven times a day and, because we've never chased the same dream, there's a complete lack of competitiveness with each other.