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Ant and Dec triumphed again at the National Television Awards (NTAs), picking up a handful of gongs and getting a royal seal of approval.Read the full story ›
In a statement read out by Phillip Schofield, Prince Charles paid tribute to Ant and Dec:
The warmth and empathy they show towards charitable causes, their viewers and their deep friendship towards one another are as great achievements as their countless and well-deserved awards.
The nation has taken them to their hearts.
Strictly Come Dancing has been crowned best talent show at the National Television Awards for the second year running.
Ant and Dec celebrated being honoured with a Landmark Award and the National Television Award by taking a selfie while on stage:
Ant and Dec have been presented with a special Landmark award at the National Television Awards for their 25 years in television.
Ant told the crowds: "The last 25 years have been a pleasure and we genuinely love it."
Coronation Street has been named best serial drama at the National Television Awards.
Receiving the award, David Neilson who plays Roy Cropper told the crowd: "The reaction to shows like ours and EastEnders, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks - they create a feeling of community.
"Occasionally you get a huge reaction from a story and you realise how important these shows are because when people laugh together, cry together you get community."
Dr Who has been named best drama at the National Television Awards.
Receiving the award, Jenna Coleman said: "50 years and still going strong - well done Who!"