TV Choice Awards 2024: This Morning’s Dr Sara Kayat wows in a cream gown as she makes first red carpet appearance since giving birth

This Morning’s Dr Sara Kayat looked sensational as she made her first red carpet appearance since giving birth at the TV Choice Awards 2024 on Monday.

The ITV Daytime doctor welcomed her baby girl with husband Rupert Walker in October 2023 and returned to work commitments one month after giving birth.

Sara looked elegant in a figure-hugging cream and gold gown as she arrived at The London Hilton on Park Lane for the star-studded event.

She boosted her height in open-toe platform heels, while her brunette locks were styled in loose curls.

Sara revealed the happy news of Rose’s arrival on Instagram in October last year as she shared snaps of her cuddled up sleeping.

This Morning’s Dr Sara Kayat looked sensational in a cream gown as she made her first red carpet appearance since giving birth at the TV Choice Awards 2024 on Monday

The ITV Daytime doctor looked elegant in a figure-hugging cream and gold gown as she arrived at The London Hilton on Park Lane for the star-studded event

The ITV Daytime doctor looked elegant in a figure-hugging cream and gold gown as she arrived at The London Hilton on Park Lane for the star-studded event

Shortly after she announced the news on her Instagram, Josie Gibson and Craig were given the job to reveal the newborn’s name during the ITV morning show.

Craig told viewers: ‘We’re starting with some really, really lovely news, because over the weekend Dr Sara welcomed a gorgeous baby girl named Rose into the world.’

Giving their congratulations to Dr Sara, and sharing a photograph of her cradling the adorable newborn, Josie gushed: ‘She’s gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous, Oh I’m broody already, I’m getting broody.’

Another heartwarming shot shown to viewers saw Dr Sara’s three-year-old son Harris cradling his baby sister as they met for the first time, and This Morning shared a joyful picture of Dr Sara with both children.

Dr Sara announced she was expecting her second child in May, with a lovely image of Harris cuddling her bump as she told of her struggles to conceive the second time around.

Dr Sara and her husband Rupert – who tied the knot in 2017 – welcomed their first child, a little boy called Harris Walker, in May 2020.

The TV Choice Awards took place at The London Hilton on Park Lane on Monday February 12.

The award ceremony was not broadcast live, but instead the winners were announced online by TV Choice.

She boosted her height in open-toe platform heels, while her brunette locks were styled in loose curls

She boosted her height in open-toe platform heels, while her brunette locks were styled in loose curls

The ITV Daytime doctor welcomed her baby girl with husband Rupert Walker in October 2023 and returned to work commitments one month after giving birth

The ITV Daytime doctor welcomed her baby girl with husband Rupert Walker in October 2023 and returned to work commitments one month after giving birth

Sara revealed the happy news of Rose's arrival on Instagram in October last year as she shared snaps of her cuddled up sleeping

Sara revealed the happy news of Rose’s arrival on Instagram in October last year as she shared snaps of her cuddled up sleeping

Happy Valley and Netflix ‘s Heartstopper are the frontrunners at the awards, both receiving three nominations each.

Viewers were delighted that they returned for a third series so it’s not surprising that the final run of Happy Valley is up for our Best Drama Series award.

Powerhouse policewoman Sarah Lancashire made the Best Actress nomination list and her nemesis James Norton is in the running to be named Best Actor.

However Sally Wainwright’s creation isn’t the only one proving a triple threat, as previous Best New Drama winner Heartstopper appears in the same categories.

Leading man Kit Connor and Yasmin Finney are both up for acting honours, in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories respectively.

At Home With The Furys proved a hit with viewers as the fly-on-the-wall reality series followed the life of boxer Tyson Fury and his brood.

But will it be crowned victorious in the reality show category alongside Queer Eye or Claudia Winkleman’s nail-biting The Traitors.

All of the shows will be looking to end the triumphant reign of Ant and Dec’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

This year the shortlist includes some newcomers including Good Omens on the Best Comedy Show list and Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing on Best Lifestyle Show.

Coronation Street, EastEnders and Emmerdale are all represented in the Best Soap Actor and Best Soap Actress categories, and they will also be battling to get their hands on our prized Best Soap trophy.

Tom Allen will make his Awards debut as the host for our ceremony.

Happy Valley and Netflix 's Heartstopper are the frontrunners at the awards, both receiving three nominations each

Happy Valley and Netflix ‘s Heartstopper are the frontrunners at the awards, both receiving three nominations each

However Sally Wainwright's creation isn't the only one proving a triple threat, as previous Best New Drama winner Heartstopper appears in the same categories

However Sally Wainwright’s creation isn’t the only one proving a triple threat, as previous Best New Drama winner Heartstopper appears in the same categories

And once the trophies have been handed out, stars of British TV will be celebrating their wins into the small hours.

Last year, This Morning lost out on the Best Daytime Show gong for the first time in nine years.

The show had their winning streak ended by ITV quiz The Chase, hosted by Bradley Walsh and his brain-boxer chasers.

The star-studded ceremony also saw Call The Midwife honoured, while stalwart star and national treasure Jenny Agutter won the Best Actress prize, a decade after the series made its debut.

And while Emmerdale was named Best Soap by viewers and readers yet again, there’s a first TV Choice Awards win for the show’s Mark Charnock, for his moving performance as stroke survivor Marlon Dingle, 26 years after he became the wayward clan’s latest member to arrive in the village.

Meanwhile, the storylines surrounding another troubled soap favourite – EastEnders’ Jean Slater – have led to Gillian Wright grabbing her first ever TV Choice gong for her portrayal of Stacey’s struggling mum, who first appeared in Walford 18 years ago.

For some, it was business as usual – with I’m A Celebrity… gaining yet another Best Reality Show award – its 17th – for the second series which swapped Australia’s bush for Wales’ Gwrych Castle.

TV CHOICE NOMINATIONS 

Best Drama Series

All Creatures Great and Small, Channel 5

Happy Valley, BBC1

Heartstopper, Netflix

Vera, ITV1

Best New Drama

Beyond Paradise, BBC1

Blue Lights, BBC1

The Last Of Us, Sky Atlantic

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, Netflix

Best Family Drama

Call The Midwife, BBC1

Casualty, BBC1

Father Brown, BBC1

The Mandalorian, Disney+

Best Entertainment Show

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, ITV1

The Graham Norton Show, BBC1

Gogglebox/Celebrity Gogglebox, Channel 4

Taskmaster, Channel 4

Best Factual Show

24 Hours in A&E, Channel 4

Clarkson’s Farm, Prime Video

Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs, ITV1

Winter On The Farm/Springtime On The Farm, Channel 5

Best Food Show

Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted, National Geographic

James Martin’s Saturday Morning, ITV1

Stanley Tucci: Searching For Italy, BBC2

Sunday Brunch, Channel 4

Best Gameshow

The 1% Club, ITV1

The Chase, ITV1

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, BBC1

Pointless/Pointless Celebrities, BBC1

Best Lifestyle Show

Long Lost Family/Long Lost Family: What Happened Next, ITV1

The Martin Lewis Money Show Live, ITV1

Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing, BBC2

Sort Your Life Out, BBC1

Favourite Channel/Streaming Service

BBC iPlayer

Channel 5

Netflix

Talking Pictures TV

Best Reality Show

At Home With The Furys, Netflix

I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!/I’m A Celebrity… South Africa, ITV1

Queen Eye, Netflix

The Traitors, BBC1

Best Talent Show

Britain’s Got Talent, ITV1

The Great British Bake Off/Bake Off: The Professionals/The Great Celebrity Bake Off For SUTC/Junior Bake Off/The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice, Channel 4

The Masked Singer, ITV1

Strictly Come Dancing/Strictly: It Takes Two, BBC1/BBC2

Best Comedy Show

Ghosts, BBC1

Good Omens, Prime Video

Mrs Brown’s Boys, BBC1

Not Going Out, BBC1

Best Daytime Show

Animal Park, BBC1

Loose Women, ITV1

Steph’s Packed Lunch, Channel 4

This Morning, ITV1

Best Actor

Martin Clunes, Doc Martin, ITV1

Kit Connor, Heartstopper, Netflix

James Norton, Happy Valley, BBC1

David Tennant, Litvinenko, ITVX

Best Actress

Jenny Agutter, Call The Midwife, BBC1

Brenda Blethyn, Vera, ITV1

Yasmin Finney, Heartstopper, Netflix

Sarah Lancashire, Happy Valley, BBC1

Best Soap

Coronation Street, ITV1

Doctors, BBC1

EastEnders, BBC1

Emmerdale, ITV1

Best Soap Actor

Jamie Borthwick, Jay Brown, EastEnders, BBC1

Jeff Hordley, Cain Dingle, Emmerdale, ITV1

Peter Ash, Paul Foreman, Coronation Street, ITV1

Ryan Prescott, Ryan Connor, Coronation Street, ITV1

Best Soap Actress

Danielle Harold, Lola Pearce-Brown, EastEnders, BBC1

Emma Atkins, Charity Dingle, Emmerdale, ITV1

Karen Blick, Lydia Dingle, Emmerdale, ITV1

Maureen Lipman, Evelyn Plummer, Coronation Street, ITV1

 

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