Holly Willoughby is a woman after our hearts as she tucks into doughnuts leaving NTAs afterparty following This Morning’s big win

Holly tucked into a box of donuts following This Morning’s 11th consecutive daytime show win (Picture: Curley Magic/Click News & Media)

Holly Willoughby celebrated in style after her big National TV Awards win by devouring a box of delicious doughnuts – and we’ve never felt so connected to her.

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The TV presenter, 40, was pictured leaving the afterparty with the tasty treats on her lap as she well and truly tucked in.

Absolutely well-earned, we say.

Holly seemed to take full advantage of not having to set an early alarm to present This Morning the next day, as she enjoyed the raucous celebrations until midnight when she left with a friend.

A bottle top could also be seen poking out of the star’s bag, suggesting she might have continued the party at home as, according to an onlooker, guests were gifted a bottle of gin each.

She looked sensational in her blue, sparkling gown, with her blonde locks teased into elegant waves.

Holly celebrated This Morning’s big win with a midnight feast (Picture: Curley Magic/Click News & Media)

The presenter was in high spirits as she left the party with a friend (Picture: Curley Magic/Click News & Media)

Her midnight feast came after This Morning scooped the NTA for best daytime show for the 11th year running.

Holly was joined by co-star and best pal Phillip Schofield, who posed up a storm together on the red carpet.

Beaming for the cameras, the lovable duo oozed glamour, with Phillip, 59, in a black suit with bow tie, and Holly in a dazzling blue gown covered in jewels and accessorised with a glitzy clutch.

A bottle top poking out of Holly’s bag suggested the celebrations were far from over! (Picture: Curley Magic/Click News & Media)

The presenter will no doubt be glad she wasn’t on TV this morning (Picture: Curley Magic/Click News & Media)

The pair will no doubt have been glad of their lie-in, although we were sad there wouldn’t be a recreation of their unforgettable hungover appearance on This Morning in 2016, in which Holly and Phillip were reduced to hysterics on the sofa after turning up for work in last night’s clothes.

Another TV star who clearly had a good night was Alan Carr, who was pictured heading home looking slightly worse for wear.

Alan Carr looked slightly worse for wear as he headed home at 1am (Picture: WP Pix/SplashNews.com)

The comic clambered into his car at 1am (Picture: WP Pix/SplashNews.com)

The Chatty Man, 45, decided to forgo his famous specs and had his shirt untucked as left Annabel’s private member’s club in Mayfair at 1am, clambering into the car clutching a bag of goodies.

Emily Atack also appeared in good spirits as she joined the bleary-eyed departures.

The Inbetweeners star, 31, waved off photographers, still looking glam in her bold red gown, however, she had unfastened her high heels, appearing ready to swap them for her slippers.

Emily Atack still looked glamorous as she waved off photographers (Picture: James Curley/MagicMomentsUK)

Maya Jama laughed off her awkward presenting blunder (Picture: Backgrid)

Joining them was Maya Jama, who sparkled in her bejeweled corset and appeared to laugh off her awkward on-stage slip up where she called the Bruce Forsyth entertainment award the ‘Bruce Forside award.’

The coveted award went to I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! adding another trophy to Ant and Dec’s mantelpieces, after they took home the TV presenter award for the 20th consecutive year.

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Other big winners on the night included David Tennant for the drama performance, while Kate Garraway won in the authored documentary category for her programme Finding Derek.

Russell T Davies’ series It’s A Sin, won the new drama award, with the star dedicating the gong to those we’ve lost.



National Television Awards 2021 winners

RETURNING DRAMA – Line of Duty

CHALLENGE SHOW – Great British Bake Off

SERIAL DRAMA PERFORMANCE – Mollie Gallagher

COMEDY Afterlife

NEW DRAMA – It’s a Sin

QUIZ GAME SHOW – Beat the Chasers

FACTUAL – Googlebox

NEWCOMER – Jude Riordan

AUTHORED DOC – Kate Garraway 

SPECIAL RECOGNITION – Line of Duty

DAYTIME – This Morning

TV PRESENTER – Ant and Dec

DRAMA PERFORMANCE – David Tennant

TALENT – Strictly Come Dancing

SERIAL DRAMA – Coronation Street

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